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Research Papers/Topics in Law

The Effectiveness Or Otherwise Of The Legal Regimes In Regulating The Insurance Sector Of Uganda; An Appraisal

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATION A ...................................................................................................... IIDECLARATION B .................................................................................................... IIIAPPROVAL .............................................................................................................. IVDEDICATION ........................................................................................................... VA...

A Legal Analysis Of The Causes And Effects Of Drug Abuse In Kenya And The Methods Of Combating Drug Abuse As A Vice

TABLE OF CONTENTSTABLE OF CONTENTS ..................................................................................................................... v1.0 Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 11.1 Background of the study .......................................................................................................... 41.2 Statement of the problem .................................

Protection Of Ethnic Minorities In Uganda: A Case Study Of The Basongora Of Kasese District

ABSTRACT.The research analyzes the protection of ethnic minorities in Uganda and it was done inUganda. The study was guided by the research objectives.The research looks at the origin of the marginalization if the Basongora ethnic minority andwhat caused the same. It also looks at the problems faced by the Basongora ethnicminority and how the government has dealt with the aforementioned problem. Theresearch analyzes the legal framework and government policy on the protection ofminoritie...

Challenges Of Implementing The Right To Vote In Uganda: A Case Study Of The 2001 And 2006 Presidential And Parliamentary Elections, Rubaga Division - Kampala.

TABLE OF CONTENTS• Acknowledgement• Dedications• Declarations• List of AbbreviationsCHAPTER ONE:Background to the Study• Introduction and Background of the study• Statement of the Problem• Definition of key terms• Scope of the study• Objective of the Study• Hypothesis• Justification and Significance of the study• Review of Literature• Methodology• Arrangement of chapters• BudgetCHAPTER TWO:The Legal and Policy Framework.• Introduction• Constitutional Pro...

A Critical Analysis Of The Law Governing Land Tenure Systems And Rights Of Occupants Thereto In Uganda

ABSTRACTThe study involves critically analyzing the law governing land tenure systemsand rights of occupants thereto in Uganda; with specific aims of examining therights of lawful and bonafide occupants on land and the effectiveness of the lawiiiOVernin~> oooupants ' rililhts.This research shall mainly focus on the various laws and policies that haveinfluenced the existence of the land tenure systems and how these haveimpacted the rights of the occupants in Uganda.The research shall ass...

A Critical Appraisal On The Effectiveness Of The Law On Refugees In Uganda: A Case Study Of Sudanese Refugees

TABLE OF CONTENTSDEDICATION ........................................................................................................................................... iiiDECLARATION ........................................................................................................................................ ivACKNOWLEDGEMENT ......................................................................................................................... viLIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ................

An Analysis Of The Legal Framework Of Nema In The Environmental Protection In Uganda

The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) is established under section 4 of NEA as the principal agency in Uganda for the management of the environment to coordinate, monitor and supervise all activities in the field of the environment. /\s an institution sci up in May 1995 and became operational in December 1995, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has been since then an ever seen in the protection of the environment through sectors like the civil society, lo...

Legitimacy Or Otherwise Of Death Penalty In Uganda Critique Of The Criminal Justice System

The purpose of the study was to investigate legitimacy or otherwise of death penalty in Uganda critique of the criminal justice system. The study objectives involved to investigate Crime prevention and the deterrence theory, to Evaluate Rational Choice and Deterrence Theory, and to Evaluate the Evidence against the Death Penalty. The study findings will help policy makers like the judiciary in double revising the gap identined in the study to implement new amendments regarding death pen...

The Effects Of Child Labour In The Welding Industry In Katwe, Uganda

This study on the child labour in the welding industry in Katwe, Uganda was under taken to analyze effects of child labour in the welding and its probable causes for an insight to legislators and policy makers charged with the duty of passing laws that enhance the protection of children. The research involved quantitative method of data collection; these were questionnaire interview guide and observation. The research selected 30 respondents as the population sample. The study targeted ...

The Money Laundering Phenomenon: Preventive Legal Measures And Practical Problems Of Implementation. A Study Of Kenya.

Money laundering is a global phenomenon. Globalization and technology have resulted in an increase in international commerce, capital flows and the movement of goods and services across borders. Such factors have also increased opportunities to launder money and reintegratethe proceeds of crimes into the legitimate economy, in response to such developments as well to perceive threats to the national economies. Although Kenya recently enacted a legislation to combat money laundering, it ...

A legal examination of the concept of carriers liability in international carriage of goods by sea. The case of kenya.

AbstractIn a world comprising cargo owning nations, and ship owning nations, and where most nations are both, there is a continual balancing of risk allocation concerning the damage or loss of sea-borne cargo. Therefore, on the fields of international trade and business law, the international law community such as united nation has sought uniformity and harmonization on cargo liability that would equitably address the often-conflicting interests of shippers and carriers. Historically, t...

The critical analysis on the effects of poverty on crime. A case study of kenya metropolis.

Abstract:t is said that a look at the laws of the country is looking at the people of the country :hemselves1 the law thus reflects the aspirations, fears and even the strength of the ieople. The Kenyan Legal System is entrenched with the spirit of shunning from what :auses discomfort to the people and embraces what brings pleasure to them2 by this :enet the Kenyan laws strictly outlaw any acts that are criminal in nature. rhe Kenyan legal system includes agencies for generating and admi...

An Examination Of The Status Of Women's Right To Equal Treatment In Uganda

Table of ContentsDECLARATION .................................................................................................................................... iAPPROVAL .......................................................................................................................................... iiDEDICATION ..................................................................................................................................... iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENT .......................

Status Of Unlawful Combatants And Their Protection Under International Humanitarian Law

ABSTRACTThe phenomenon of terrorism has brought so many challenges to InternationalHumanitarian Law. This dissertation analyses the provisions of InternationalHumanitarian Law which prohibit acts of terrorism and the legal issues raised byresponses to terrorist acts, i.e. by counter-terrorist operations or, as politiciansand the media have come to call it, "the war on terrorism". It has consideredthe views of various scholars regarding the status of so-called "unlawfulcombatants" and th...

The Examination Of The Right To Development In Uganda

AbstractThis Paper Attempts To Reflect On The Majority Of The Right To Development In Uganda AsProvided In The 1995 Uganda Constitution, Against The Background Of Principles AndDimensions Of The United Nations Declaration On The Right To Development And TheAfrican Charter On Human And People's Rights (Article 22). The 1995 ConstitutionRecognizes The Right To Development, Stressing The Role Of People And The State In TheDevelopment In Uganda, Bringing To The Fore To The Need For Balanced...


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