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Customary Dispute Resolution Mechanisms Among South Sudanese Commmunities: A Case Study Of Dinka Bor.

AbstractThis study was carried out in order to assess the effectiveness and problems associatedwith the use of customary dispute resolution mechanisms among the Dinka Bor of SouthSudan. It was carried out in the three counties of Bor, Twic East and Duk that make upwhat is called Greater Bor area in Jonglei State, South Sudan.Data was collected using interviews and questionnaires with a sample of sixty adultrespondents. Secondary sources of obtaining information about customary law of th...

The Money Laundering Phenomenon- Preventive And Practical Problems Of Implementation, A Case Study Of East Africa Region

ABSTRACT The above research was carried out on a cross-section of the East Africa region with an intention of examining the prevalence, causes, effect and factors impeding the fight against money laundering. The research attempts to trace the genesis of money laundering and its progress to date, showing the shifts of circumstances that have occured overtime making money laundering more multifaceted and mystifying to the layman. The research critically examines the various stages of mon...

A legal analysis on sexual violence and access to justice for minors and persons with disabilities in Uganda.

ABSTRACT The study's mam objective was to critically analyze access to justice m relation to sexual violence law in Uganda and the specific objectives were to; I. To analyze the existing Jaws in relation to defi Jement in Uganda. 2. To lind out legal and policy frame work on Access to justice and sexual violence on minors and persons with disabilities. The study was done in Uganda in the districts of Kampala and Kitgum in Notihern Uganda and the respondents were sampled li·om police, ...

The African Union's Response In Addressing Unconstitutional Changes Of Government In Africa Between 2000 And 2012

AbstractPublic International Law may be defined as the body of mles which are legally binding on States in their intercourse with each other. .. that govern the relations of States. But, States are not the only subjects of international law. International organizations and to some extent also individuals may be subjects .... 1 One of and perhaps the most impmtant functions of the United Nations is to maintain intemational peace and secm·it/ among the Nations of the world. As such, this d...

Protection Of Child Refugee's Right To Food In Refugee Camps A Case Study At Nakiv Aale Refugee Camp

AbstractMore than half of the world's refugees are children. In some refugee situations, children constitute as much as 65% of the displaced population. 1 Each day another 5000 children become refugees; one in every 230 person in the world is a child who has been forced to flee his or her own home. 2 Children under 18 years of age constitute 56% of all refugees in Africa. 3 The preamble of the Convention on the Right of the Child (CRC) recognizes that all minors are entitled to special ...

The legal perspective for the prevention of oil curse in Uganda

ABSTRACT The confirmation of commercially explorable oil deposits in the Albertine Graben region of Uganda has attracted a lot of attention, nationally and even internationally. This is not only because of the socio-economic impact oil production may have on Uganda but there is a lot of attention on whether Uganda will follow what seems to have become a trend in resource rich African countries. This trend is clear in ~ountries like Nigeria, Gabon, Angola and Equatorial Guinea. Despite ...

The challenges faced by the office of the inspectorate of government in the fight against corruption in uganda.

ABSTRACT This dissertation is about the challenges the Office of the Inspectorate of Government faces in the fight against corruption in Uganda between 1986 to present. The main objective being to ascertain the roles of the office of the Inspectorate of Government and the challenges it faces in the execution of its duties. The study is paramount in this era where corruption has become a social evil proving so hard to be fought. The study pinpoints those challenges faced so that proper w...

An Assessment Of The Legal Framework On Banking And How It Has Helped To Induce Economic Growth In Uganda: Case Study Of Kampala District

STRACTBanking is one of the crucial industries in nurturing economic growth or development of acountry that is why it is important to regulate the activities of banks by the central bank of acountry. In Uganda the Central Bank of Uganda is charged with responsibilities of regulatingthe banking industry. The central bank regulates other banks by requiring them to have anoperating license, maintaining minimum capital requirements, liquid assets, prohibits banksfrom engaging in some busines...

A Critical Analysis Of Consumer Protection Laws In Uganda

This thesis entitled "A critical analysis of consumer protection laws in Uganda". It's majorly to focus on consumer protection laws in Uganda which include; The Uganda communication Act of 2013(as amended), the Contract Act 2010, Sale of Goods Act Cap 82, and Uganda National Bureau of Standards Act Cap 327,the National Dmg Policy and Authority Act Cap 206, Foods and Dmgs Act Cap 278 the Hire purchase Act of 2009,Agricultural seeds and plant Apt Cap 28,the Bank of Uganda Act Cap51 and amo...

Control Of Sexually Transimitted Diseases Vis-A-Vis Human Rights: A Review Of The Legal Frame Work

The study focused on the ways of controlling sexually transmitted diseases and the protection of the rights of the people living with sexually transmitted diseases in Uganda. Sexually transmitted diseases are worldwide health problem affecting both the young ones and the old irrespective of their status. Some of the sexually transmitted diseases like I-IlV / AIDS have got no cure, yet the people living with sexually transmitted diseases are surviving on the availability of antiretroviral...

Analysis Of The Law And The Policy Issues Affecting Women In Kenya (Case Study Ny Acheki Division., Gucha County Of Nyanza Province In Kenya)

This study sought to find out the issues affecting the Women's right which includes: gender based domestic violence, discrimination, polygamy, FGM and right to own property. The research also resorts to investigate the possible solution to those issues. The selection and identification of groups of people was based on random selection of the four communities (Bomachoge, Boitangare, Bokinami and Bonyangande) to represent the entire population ofGucha County. The results of the study show...

A Critical Study On The Existing Legal Frame Work On The Consumer Protection In Medical Services In Uganda

A priority of health care policymakers in Uganda is to ensure that the vulnerable groups of people (particularly women of child birth, the poor, elderly, and children) have access to high quality health services. Policymakers try to ensure that access in terms of distance (or time taken) to a health facility and cost are affordable to these groups and therefore not a deterrent to health service utilization. Consequently, a sizeable proportion of public resources may go to construction of...

Acritical Analysis Of Unbs Act Cap327 In Regards To Cosumer Protection And Its Aplicability.N Uganda

This study aims on researching and analyzing the law and enforcement of the Uganda national bureau of standards act in regards to consumer protection with the of indicating a way forward by looking at the historical evolution of consumer protection plus the writing of other writers on this particular subject among others, the study will also unveil the historical justification ,adaptation and growth of consumer protection in Uganda with the aim of protecting consumer and maintaining stand...

The Administration Of Justice By Human Right Administrative Tribunals A Case Study-Kampala District

TABLE OF CONTENTSAPPROVAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENTLIST OF STATUTES LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ........................................................................................................................ viTABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................................. viiCHAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................................

Islam And The International Human Rights

Table of ContentsDECLARATION .............................................................................................. iAPPROVAL ................................................................................................... iiDEDICATION ......................................................................... :'!'!': ••••••.••...•..•• iiiACKNOWLEDGENT ..................................................................................... ivABBREVIATIONS ............


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