Law

Research Papers/Topics in Law

The Role Of Police In Human Rights Abuse When Effectin Arrests In Kenya

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An Examination Of Women's Property Rights, Post 1995 Constitution In Uganda. A Case Study Of Busia District.

ABSTRACTAlthough the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda and other InternationalConventions to which Uganda ratified give protection to women among other personsagainst abuse of their rights enforcement of those statutory provisions is difficult asthey conflict on specific provisions towards women.According to this study, the problems that women face stem from socio-economicaspects. This study was carried out with the hope that it will enlighten and advance theUnderstanding of w...

Sharing of properties under customary marriages in uganda: An examination of the law.

ABSTRACT The study aimed at examining ~e law of sharing of properties under Customary Marriages in Uganda. The Objectives of the study were; to review the existing legal framework in protection and distribution of property, to analyze the effectiveness of the institutional framework governing property sharing in customary marriages and to examine the effects of the law _of sharing of properties under customary marriages in Uganda. The recommended a by analyzing this study on the topic o...

The Protection Of Rights Of Juveniles In The Criminal Justice System In Kenya

ABSTRACT The objective of this research is mainly to expose current abuses of the rights of juvenile offenders in order to ensure confonnity with international treaties and conventions. Having recognized that there are efforts towards achieving the protection· of the rights of juvenile offenders, it was discovered that much still needed to be done. The methodology used is library research, achieved through the analysis of books, reports and newspaper/magazine articles. Data was also so...

A critique of the relationship between kibanja holder (tenancy by occupancy) and registered proprietor under the land act of 1998 cap 277.

ABSTRACT The study is about the relationship between kibanja holder ( tenancy by occupancy) and registered proprietor under the land act 1998 cap 227 and establishes the rights of lawful and bonafide occupants on Mailo land and how such rights are violated, with specific aims of examining; the rights of lawful and bonafide occupants on Mailo land; the abuse of the rights on bonafide occupancy on Mailo land; the effectiveness of the law governing bonafide occupancy on Mailo land; and sug...

An examination of immigration laws in relation to human trafficking from human right perspective. Case study of tanzania.

ABSTRACT This study examined the immigration laws towards combating human trafficking in Tanzania. The objectives of the study were; to identify the main causes of human trafficking in Tanzania, to examine the anti-trafficking laws, both national and intemational in Tanzania, to identify and quantify the institutional bottlenecks that the society faces in trying to curb the vice of human trafficking in Tanzania and finally to provide policy recommendations based on the results of the st...

An Examination Of The Role Of Community Policing In Fighting Against Crime In Tanzania: A Case Study Of Dar-Es- Salaam Region

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Group conflict and peaceful resolution: An overview of alternative dispute resolution in kenya.

AbstractHuman beings have a deep seated universal need that desires to promote and protect relationship and when these needs are obstructed or thwarted conflict will always arise. The history of human conflict suggests that man has not evolved much beyond his primitive ancestors. Everywhere we look we see conflict. Again history has shown that the cause of conflict is the summering injustice that can not be hidden anymore. The arrangement of society into groups of either ethnicity or r...

The Rights Of Workers In Uganda: A Myth Or A Reality?

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Human rights violations in uganda prisons case study: jinja government prisons:

AbstractThe need for effective protection of human rights at intemational, regional and national levels has been increasingly recognized over the last fifty years, particularly since the creation of the United Nations and adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Human rights are the rights that every one has by virtue of their humanityl. They are intrinsic and are said to be natured because of nature. They are to protect, preserve and promote the intrinsic value inherent ...

The Effectiveness Of The Law Towards Protecting Wetlands In Uanda

ABSTRACT The study was set to assess the effectiveness of the law towards protecting wetlands in Uganda. It was guided by three research objectives which included analyzing the legal and institutional tl·amework towards wetlands, establishing the effects and challenges in enforcement of law on conservation of wetland and making any recommendation that may be of help to future policy making. In order to produce a comprehensive research. substantive law. its interpretation by case laws. ...

The Protection Of The Rights Of Juvenile Delinquents In Uganda; A Case Study Of Kampala District

ABSTRUCTThis research book covers "the protection of the rights ofjuvenile delinquents in Uganda; casestudy of Kampala District. " Throughout the exploration of this as the area of research, theresearcher principally concentrated upon the ambits of juvenile justice, looking at its evolution,progression as well as the structure of the juvenile justice system of late in Uganda 's judicialsystem. The research further explores the rights of the juvenile offenders enshrined under thenati...

A Critical Analysis Of The Data Protection Act 2019 Viz-A-Viz The Right To Privacy Under Article 27 Of The 1995 Constitution.

ABSTRACTUganda enacted the data protection Act in February 2019 which is organized intoeight parts with 40 sections regulating data protection and privacy of data users. Rightto privacy is enshrined under various provisions of the constitution like Article 27which explains that no person shall be subjected to unlawful search of the person,home or other property of that person or unlawful entry by others of the premises ofthat person. The law on data protection of 2019 provides for man...

The Effectiveness Of The Occupational Safety And Health Act In Protecting Employees In Uganda

ABSTRACTThe study is an exploratory design carried out in Uganda which sought to; analyzeeffectiveness of the law governing occupational safety and health in protectingemployees; establishing the circumstances that lead to the abuse of the rights ofemployees at the workplace; to examine the legal challenges experienced in addressingoccupational safety and health issues of employees; to suggest ways to counter theweaknesses and excesses in addressing occupational health and safety in the...

Gender Inequality, An Examination Of Law And Practice In South Sudan

ABSTRACTThis study "Gender Inequality, an examination of law and practice in South Sudan" was carriedout in the three states of South Sudan, that is Lakes State, Central and Eastern Equatorial Stateswith the aim of examining all circumstances which rise to gender inequality by consideringloopholes and ineffectiveness of the law to provide maximum protection to women, the studyanalyzed the various cultures of South Sudan and how they are inconsistent with the legal systemof South Sudan as...


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