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A Critical Analysis on The Law of Juvenile Delinquency in Uganda. Case Study: Kampala District.

ABSTRACTThis study is a critical analysis on the Jaw of juvenile delinquency in Uganda. The research addressed the problem that despite the numerous Jaws available in Uganda regarding juvenile delinquency such as the provisions in the 1995 Uganda Constitution / The Childrens Act Cap 59/ The UN /Convention on the Rights of the Chilct The Domestic Violence Act 2010 among others/the law has not been followed by the dot and thus creating loopholes and uneffectiveness whic...

The Human Rights Abuse in Detention Centers in Uganda Focusing on Kampala District

TABLE OF CONTENTSTABLE OF CONTENTS ...................................................... i0.1 DECLARATION: ......................................... ii0.2 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT .......................................... .......... iii0.3 ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS ........................... iv0.4 LIST OF CASES ............................................ viCHAPTER ONE ...... ......................... .. ......... 11.1 INTRODUCTION ...................... ................. 11.2 BACKGROUND OF THE ST...

Child Labour The Law on Employment Vis-Avis Child Labour A Case Study of Mbale Municipality

ABSTRACTThis research was undertaken to collect data on child labour in Uganda with climate goal of designing interventions and laws for addressing child labour.This research was a cross sectional studies undertaken in one district mostly the municipality of Mbale. The research reveals a number of factors fueling child labour recruitment of children fit soldiering, methods of recruitment and how is it against the law on employment, At reign there are various loopholes...

Critical Analysis Of Legal Framework On Combating Crime Of Theft In Uganda A Case Study Of Kina Wataka Naka Wa Division-Kampala

ABSTRACTThe study analyzed the legal framework in combating crime of theft in Uganda with specific reference to Kinawataka. This study looks at background and buildup on crime of theft inUganda; analyzes the conceptual framework on crime of theft, identifies the causes of crime of theft, examines Uganda's legal framework on combating crime of theft and identifiesrecommendations on combating crime of theftA qualitative technique of research methods were employed by the researcher. Th...

The Right To Health in Uganda A Case Study of Masaka Municipality

ABSTRACTThe research was based on the concern of establishing whether the right to health in Uganda was a myth or reality in Masaka municipalityThe researcher was anxious to carry out a study due to the obseJVation of the situation that demonstrated persistent complaints against the health sector from a big population in the country.Thus the need and desire to analyze, conclude and recommend on the same subject and geographical scope.The study participants included citizen...

An Examination of the Concept of Criminal Diplomatic Immunity Under International Law

ABSTRACT Diplomacy is an ancient concept known to man as far back as the ancient Greeks and Romans. Through the passing of time the concept of diplomacy has continuously been developed. The evolution of this concept has followed with the great civilizations of this world. Most notable are the advancements in Europe fi:om. the medieval era to the industrial revolution. Diplomacy was first codified in 1815 by the Congress of Vienna. The 1961 Vienna Convention currently regulates the immunities ...

The Role of Police in Human Rights Abuse When Effecting Arrests in Kenya

TABLE OF CONTENTDECLARATION ............................................................................................................................ iiAPPROVAL .................................................................................................................................. iiiDEDICATION ............................................................................................................................... ivACIABBREVIATIONS ............................................

The Effect of Mobile Money in The Banking Sector in Uganda; A Legal Analysis

ABSTRACT :obilc money transactions today, have taken over the payment .systems ranging.fi-om offerings such as air time purchase, person to person, and person to business money tramjers. And as such mobile money is considered by many as another mode in the banking system; this has been through commercial banks- partnering with mobile money in the modal which are mandated by law to maintain an account .for the "cash float" ensuring that a regulated .financial institution holds the physical ba...

Defilement and Its Impact Upon Children in the Community And The Case Study Kamuli District

ABSTRACTThe children of communities today are faced with numerous challenges and the most outstanding in all of them is the defilement challenges. Precisely defined assexual offence and is the construct to have carnal knowledge with a person under the age of majority, irrespective of the sex of a child by the majority orminority male who is older than a minority female defilement poses a societal threat and the impediment. Under criminal law taking its toll on the central of th...

The Concept of Consumer Protection in Uganda. A Critical Analysis/Assesement of The Laws And Institutions of Enforcement

TABLE OF CONTENTS.DECLARATION ...................................................................................... iiDEDICATION ...................................................................................... iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENT .................................................................................. ivTABLE OF STATUTES ..................................................................................... vTABLE OF CASES ...........................................................

AN APPRAISAL OF THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE UGANDA POLICE FORCE IN THE OBSERVATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN UGANDA CASE STUDY OF KAMPALA

ABSTRACT This study "An Appraisal of the Contribution of the Police Force in the Observation of Human Rights in Uganda' was specifically carried to; ascertain the legal framework for Human Rights observation in general and in pa1iicnlar the right to fi•eedom of speech and expression by the Uganda Police Force; assess the effectiveness of the policies goveming the UPF institution in observing Human rights; establish the major factors obstructing the UPF from effectively promoting the fr...

AN EXAMINATION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED. A CASE STUDY OF KAMPALA DISTRICT

ABSTRACT The above research was carried out in Kampala District within the Republic of Uganda with an intention of examining the rights of accused persons in Uganda in the republic aforesaid. The research addresses the inherent and inalienable nature of human rights generally. It critically analyses rights of suspects and accused persons putting into consideration the legal initiatives that have been taken by various stakeholders in the judicial system. In this light, the research looks at t...

The Prospects and Challenges of Sustainable Development in The Petroleum Industry in Uganda

Abstract In the near future, Uganda is expected to join the league of oil producing countries. This is after the long period of exploration that has at last brought the good news of the existence of the oil and gas deposits in the Albertine Graben (Refer to the map of the Alberine Graben showing exploration blocks). The rest of the world observes closely to make out if it shall attain what other numerous nations have vowed and failed to honor, that is guaranteeing oil wealth, minimizing, or e...

A Critical Analysis of Pre-trial Detention in Uganda

ABSTRACT This research paper analyses pre-trial detention (remand) in Uganda. It digs deep into the causes and effects of lengthy pre-trial detentjon and provides suggestions to end it. The paper gives appropriate history of the wider context of pre-trial detentions in Uganda that 5pans from the immediate post-colonial times of Uganda to the recent, highlighting major historical events that have shaped the law on pre-trial detention. It goes ahead to provide an analysis of the literature both...

The Examination of the Legal Regime On Environmental Sustainability in Uganda

ABSTRACT The study was conducted basing on an Examination of the legal regime on environmental sustainability in Uganda. lt was based on five chapters where chapter one examined the introduction, background of the study, problem statement, objectives of study, research questions, scope of the study, literature review and the methodology that was used to conduct the study, two examined the causes and effects of environmental degradation in Uganda. Chapter three examined the legal framework in ...


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