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Reflections on freedom of expression in Uganda’s fledgling democracy: sedition, “pornography” and hate speech
(Human Rights & Peace Centre, Makerere University, 2008-02)
Since the ascendancy of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) regime to power, Uganda has consistently been viewed and perceived by the international community as a source of hope for development and democratization in ...
The trials and tribulations of Rtd. Col. Dr. Kizza Besigye and 22 others: a critical evaluation of the role of the general court martial in the administration of justice in Uganda
(Human Rights and Peace Centre, Makerere University, 2006-10)
When the Chairperson of the Sessional Committee on Defence and Internal Affairs at the time, Hon. Simon Mayende introduced the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) Bill for the Second Reading, he informed Members of ...
Decentralization without human rights?: local governance and access to justice in post-movement Uganda
(Human Rights & Peace Centre, Makerere University, 2007-06)
Uganda’s actions in the arena of decentralization have received critical acclaim for introducing a number of important changes to the practice of local government. Needless to say, after more than 20 years in place, the ...
Interrogating struggles for economic, social and cultural human rights in contemporary Utake: a perspective from Uganda
(Human Rights & Peace Centre, Makerere University, 2006-11)