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Research Papers/Topics in Law

Implementation Of Children's Right To Food In Uganda: A Case Stljdy Of Mbale District

ABSTRACTThis research set out to examine challenges facing implementation of childrcn·sright to food in Uganda. with Mbale as the case study. The research analyzed thelegal basis for children·s right to ltmd both at Municipal and international level.gender roles. control over linancial and physical resources and levels or decisionmaking in the household and the c!Tcct on fullillmcn1 or child rights.' 'Data was collected from 116 respondents using both qualitati,'C and quantitativemeth...

Effectiveness Of The Law In Protection Of Internally Displaced Persons In Kenya

ABSTRACT This study "Effectiveness of the Law in Protection of Internally Displaced Persons' was carried out in Kenya with specific aims of; establishing the circumstances that lead to formation of IDPs in camps; effectiveness of the law protecting IDPs; the legal challenges faced in protecting of IDPs and possible interventions to improve on the position of the IDPs. To comprehend this, the study reviewed literature from various scholars on the specific aims as well as different intern...

Kampala International University An Analysis Of The Law Of Extradition (The Case Study Of Kenya)

This study was mainly concerned with various aspects of extradition including its history, development, nature and the shortcomings of the law and practice of extradition. The study overed the law and practice of extradition in Kenya. The objective of this study was to bring out the challenges faced by the law of extradition, ~pecifical1y why States prefer other methods such as rendition as opposed to extradition and what reforms can be made in the law and practice of...

The effectiveness of consumer protection in uganda area of study kampala.

ABSTRACT The study will investigate the effectiveness of consumer protection in Uganda/ the Laws in place aimed at consumer protection for example the Uganda National Bureau Standard Act Cap 32~ The Weight and Measures Act Cao 103, National Drugs Authority Act Cap 206, The Foods and Drugs Act Cap 278/ Contract Act;. among others/ the bodies/ institutions which enforce consumer protection in Uganda like the Uganda National Bureau of Standar~ National Drugs Authori~ Uganda Consumer Protec...

The Role Of The Police In Administration Of Criminal Justice In The Republic Of Uganda

ABSTRACT The need for this study arose from the realization that Uganda Police Force plays a very important role in the administration of criminal justice. When an accused person is proved guilty before the courts of law, he I she is subjected to punishment. Thus, there is need to ensure that it is only the guilty that are punished but not the innocent. UPF evidence, although corroborative, plays a persuasive role in courts' decision making in cases where it is applicable. The main obje...

The Legal Framework Regulating Water Rights In Uganda: An Appraisal.

TABLE OF CONTENTDECLARATION A ........................................................................................................................ iAPPROVAL ................................................................................................................................... iiDEDICATION .............................................................................................................................. iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENTS .........................................

Money Laundering And The Legal Framework Governing Economic Crime In East Africa

ABSTRACTIn East Africa, the idea of economic c1ime is a new concept in the legal perspective and has onlybeen recently embraced in the 21" Century. Practically however, economic crimes, and morespecifically money laundering, have been taking place for centuries. Among others, weak andpoor legal systems and reluctance to enforce the laws has led to the growth of this type of crime.The end result is that East Afi·ica has become a huge hub for illegal drugs, illegal anns and mostrecently t...

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A Critical Analysis Of The Trademarks Law Of Uganda 2010 And Its Enforceability

AbstractSection 1 of Act 17 of20 10 defines trademark to mean assign or mark or combination of signs or of one under taking trom those of another undertaking. Section 1 defines a sign or mark to include any ward, symbol slogan logo sound smell colour Brand labelna;ne signature latter numerical or any combination of them. The private sector is the engine of Uganda's economic growth and the key to enforcement of legal regimes since the country is solely based on capitalism which is the mai...

The Efficacy Of The Law And Policy On The Regulation Of Foreign Direct Investment: Case Study Of Uganda

ABSTRACT The prevalence of poverty in developing countries demands that these countries should improvise ways of encouraging move revenue generating projects to supplement or significantly reduce dependence on foreign funding. Foreign investment is thus encouraged to get rid of this challenge. This paper examines foreign direct investment as a tool of increasing the contribution of tax revenue to Gross Domestic product and consequently a means of reducing the gap between the rich and th...

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

TABLE OF CONTENTDECLARATION ............................................................................................................................ iiAPPROVAL .................................................................................................................................. iiiDEDICATION ............................................................................................................................... ivACI

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...


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