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Analysis of Polluter Pay Principle in Addressing Environment all Challenges in Uganda

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The Legal Framework for Consumer Protection in the Uganda Energy Sector

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The Law and Its Effectiveness as a Deterrence Mechanism of Crime in the Criminal Justice System of Uganda. A Case Study of Iv\Mpala Uganda.

TABLE OF CONTENTS DECLARATION ........................................................................................................................ i APPROVAL. ............................................................................................................................ .ii DEDICATION ......................................................................................................................... iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENT .......................................................

Combating Terrorism in Nigeria: A Critical Analysis of the Legal Framework

ABSTRACT Terrorism has been a threat to both the people and of government of Nigeria. The loss of human and material resources is so monumental and set back to the country. The objective ofthis research is to critically evaluate the legalframework put in place to counter terrorism in Nigeria. The methodology adopted for this research is doctrinal, this enable the researcher examine the mechanism put in place to tackle terrorism andfind a means offihling the gap identified The mq/or findings o...

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Legal Framework on the Protection Against Marine Accidents in Uganda

ABSTRACT  The usefulness of marine transport subsector need no emphasis because it is obvious that Uganda has got about 17% of her surface area comprising water bodies and swamps and rich history of water transport because some of the water bodies are navigable, provtding water transport means which is also in tum relatively cheaper in comparison to other means of transport available in Uganda. In disregard of this preceding fact, the marine transport subsector has numerous challenges one of...

Encampment and Its Effects to the Surrounding and The Right to A Healthy Environment in Kapelebyong, Amuria District, Uganda

ABSTRACT The people of Kapelebyong have been victims of cattle rusting, which has culminated in the creation of the congested Camps in Kapelebyong. The camps have no basic facilities such as schools, health centres, toilets and clean drinking water. This has led to out breaks for diseases, high infant mortality and high levels of poverty due to loss of the cattle to raiders and destruction of the surrounding environment. The researcher concludes that the people of Kapelebyong and the surround...

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Biodiversity in the Petroleum Rich Albertine Graben: An Examination of the Legal Regime

AB~TRAC~ Awareness of the importance of environmental conservation has become more and more central to the thinking of the oil industiy worldwide. Integration of development and environment throughparticipatoiy approaches was the main objective ofthe UnitedNations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio Janeiro-Brazil in 1992.Principle 4 of the Rio Declaration puts it clear “in order to achieve sustainable developmen4 environmental protection shall coijstitute an integral p...

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Abolition of Death Penalty and Its Implications for the Justice System in South Sudan

ABSTR4CT Death penalty is a recognized punishment for a number of crimes in South Sudan criminal Justice System. European Union under the umbrella ofInternational community, calls for moratorium or abolition ofdeath penalty by the President ofSouth Sudan Salva Kiir Mayardit, without due consideration oflaw makingprocess in South Sudan and views ofSouth Sudanese people. The main objective ofthe study is to determine the implications ofabolition of death penalty in the criminaljustice system in...

The Right to a Fair Hearing and Legal Representation of the Indigents: A Case Study of Legal Aid Scheme in Kano State, Nigeria

ABSTRACT The idea of legal aid in Nigeria was first conceived in 1961 with a Bill to establish the Legal Aid Act, which did not materialize as a result of the civil war. Legal Aid Association was formed by some lawyers with the purpose of providing legal aid to the poor, culminating in to the promulgation of the Legal Aid Decree no. 56 of 1976, which metamorphose in to the present Legal Aid Act 2011.In order to assess the state of legal aid scheme in Kano State with a view to ascertaining the...

A Critical Analysis of the Law on Sexual Harassment in Uganda; A Case of Uganda Prisons

ABSTRACT The study critically analyzed the law of sexual harassment in Uganda taking a case study of Uganda prisons Luzila, A central feature of sexual harassment in the workplace is that it essentially involves two sides of a coin, that is to say, an impairment of dignity, self esteem, self worth, respect, individual autonomy, and equality from a positive aspect and freedom from insult, degrading treatment, disrespect, abuse of trust and unfair discrimination from a negative aspect. The...

An Analysis of the Law Relating to the Presidential Elections in the Realization of Democracy in Uganda; A Case Study of the 2016 Presidential Elections.

ABSTRACT This study titled An Analysis of the Law Relating to the Presidential Elections in Realization of Democracy in Uganda was carried out in Uganda, with specific aims of examining laws relating to the presidential elections and ascertaining whether the presidential elections laws are free and fair enough in as far as presidential elections are concerned, to critically analyze the effectiveness of the legal frame work of the elections in the regulation of the presidential elections,...

The Impact of the Legal Investment Regime in Uganda in Attracting and Facilitating Foreign Direct Investment (Fdi).

ABSTRACT By bridging the gap between domestic savings and investment and bringing the latest technology and management know-how from developed countries, foreign direct investment (FDI) can play important role in achieving rapid economic growth in the developing Uganda. The fact is that FDI mostly flows towards the developed countries and only a small portion of FDI flows to a limited number of developing countries. Thus, Uganda almost fails to attract a handsome amount of FDI. Using critical...

The Law and Its Effectiveness as a Deterrence Mechanism of Crime in the Criminal Justice System of Uganda. A Case Study of Ala Uganda.

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATION ........................................................................................................................ iAPPROVAL. ............................................................................................................................ .iiDEDICATION ......................................................................................................................... iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENT ...........................................................

The Effects of Culture On Gender Discrimination of Women in Uganda: Case Study of Ruteete Subcounty, Kabarole District.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:APPROVALDEDICATION’ACKNOWLEDGEMENT’LIST OF ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS’ ivTABLE OF CONTENTS’LIST OF STATUTES USED: viiCHAPTER ONE: 11:0 INTRODUCTION: 11:1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY: 21:2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM 31:3:0 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 51:3:1 General objective 51:4: SCOPE OF THE STUDY 51:4:1 LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY 51:4:2 RESEARCH DESIGN 51:5:0 SAMPLE SIZE 61:5:1 DATA COLLECTION METHODS 6CHAPTER TWO 72.0 LITERATURE REVIEW: 72.1 ‘The Humanistic Tradition:’ 82...

The Efficacy of the Law On Protection of HIV/AIDS Victims in Uganda.

ABSTRACT The study was about the study is the examine the efficacy of the law on protection of HVIAIDS Victims in Uganda, the study objectives were to establish the knowledge levels of HIV prevention among leaders in Kampala District, to establish HIVIAIDS prevention measures undertaken by leadership in Central, Kampala District and to identifY what is being done to Address Problems in Ugandan Law Relevant to HIVIAIDS. The study findings are inadequate HIV/AIDS prevention and care, and by the...


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