In order for the youth to become and remain engaged in anti-corruption initiatives, they need to feel
included as stakeholders in any policy development and implementation of anti-corruption strategies, and
perceive the ownership of the actions they are involved in. The more the youth takes the lead, the more the
policies have the chance to succeed. Youth initiatives become even more
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Jonathan posted Jun 15 '17 at 9:33 am
100 people have been evicted from land in luwero and they are seeking for intervention from civil society organization for legal help.

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ruth nabalwanyi posted Jun 15 '17 at 8:33 am
its about how to handle the property of the deceased if he died without living a will but had married two wives one church the other cultural.

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Many of the youth have lost trust in the justice system because of the failure of those meant to help & protect them end up conniving with the wrong elements in society hence breaking the balance in the Justice system. This should immediately stop to make our country a better place to live in.

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Paralegal one posted Aug 10 '17 at 12:15 pm
The constitution z a basket of laws guiding & governing our nation. There are a number of laws which the citizens and the visiting non citizens must follow so as to live amicably without being compromised.
Below are some of the ways to deal with these laws:
a) Respect them
b)Follow them
c)Read them

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Kathy posted Jun 15 '17 at 9:30 am
Promoting legal empowerment of the poor, conducting public interest litigation, undertaking research and analysis projects, designing and delivering advocacy campaigns, training and capacity building programmes, publications, conferences, documentaries and other initiatives, and contributeing to a better Uganda, where rights are respected, laws are valued, and all citizens have confidence in publ
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samuel posted Jun 15 '17 at 9:38 am
According to the UBOS 2014, there were 14.2% PWDs in uganda. This figure increased from 12% in 2012. However, majority of PWDs face marginalization in access to justice.

The question here is How can we enhance legal redress for PWDs?

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Victims who have suffered conflict/war situations are entitled to reparations. Reparations can be collective or individual. Reparations can take many forms such as; Restitution, compensation,rehabilitation,psychosocial support to mention a few.

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lapdug posted Jun 15 '17 at 9:29 am
Legal Action for Persons with Disabilities is a non governmental organization that offers free legal services to indigent persons with disabilities in Uganda.

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Adam Timothy posted Jun 15 '17 at 9:28 am
Will the government ever ratify the ILO convention 189 on decent work for domestic workers

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ruth nabalwanyi posted Jun 15 '17 at 8:28 am
its about how to handle the property of the deceased if he died without living a will but had married two wives one church the other cultural.

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This topic intends to enlighten users on how to handle cases of sexual and gender based violence as the carry out their duties
It will also equip medical practitioners with skills on collecting evidence in such cases.

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marthamurungi6 posted Jun 15 '17 at 7:43 am
This topic intends to draw users attention to the topic of marriage as so many members of the public get problems regarding the legal aspects of marriage

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admin posted May 31 '14 at 4:15 pm
Hi,

If you have only recently starting working with the IIMS you will probably have experienced the pain of learning a new system. New terminology, new ways of doing things, perhaps even the web itself may be new to you. Then let this guide relieve some of that pain.




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