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Child Labour and the Inadequacy of the Existing Legal Mechanism in Uganda.

ABSTRACT The research is based on the abuse of children's right where children are subjected to cruel work and the inadequacy of legal instruments against child labour. The research was a cross sectional duty under taken in the district of Kampala and mostly in the districts of northern Uganda. The research will cover the children who are mainly working in the urban areas as child domestic workers (C.D.Ws), bar /restaurant attendants, sex-workers, strippers and many others taken to work at fi...

Children and War; A Comprehensive Legal Approach to the Problem of Child Soldiers in Africa. A Case Study of Uganda

TABLE OF CONTENT DECLARATION ......•.......••............•..•.......•..•...........••.............••...........•..•...........•.............•.............•.•................. i DEDICATION ..............................•.................................................................................................•.................. ii APPROVAL ..................................................................................................................

Copyrights: Challenges, Policy and Legal Framework Case Study: South Sudan

Abstract Copyright is an integral part of intellectual property rights which requires better protection to enable its owners to exploit their rights exclusively without infringements by others. Doing so has not always been easy but come with challenges in regard to use of works, scope of protection, remedies available to the owners of works and limitation on protection. In South Sudan, there is no policy and legal framework yet in place to afford any protection to copyrights; thus this explai...

An Analysis of the Biosafety Act as A Domestication of the Cartagena Protocol On Biosafety Case Study: Kenya

TABLE OF CONTENTS Certification ................................................................................................................ i Declaration ................................................................................................................. i Dedication .................................................................................................................. ii Acknowledgements................................................................................

A Critic of the Right to Freedom of Expression in Uganda

ABSTRACT Freedom of Expression is becoming a theme of growing importance and visibility in Uganda. The study will aim at investigating how freedom of expression is commonly violated and what recommendations are currently being enforced in the effort of curbing the evermore increasing violation cases of this fundamental right in Uganda. It will tiniher explore the gaps or contradictions in the existing and new laws that limit the enjoyment of freedom of expression in Uganda- which in return is...

An Analysis of the Right to Fair Hearing in Administrative Proceedings, A Case Study of Juba County, South Sudan.

ABSTRACT This study was undertaken to analyse the extent of the compliance of the public bodies with the right to fair hearing in administrative proceedings in Juba County. This researcher used interviews, books, reports and many more in gathering the information in Juba County. The researcher was able to interview residents of Juba who once appeared before the administrative bodies as well as the administrative officials. The objective of this study was to ascertain the factors responsible f...

Legal Protection of the Rights of Children in Refugee Camps Case Study of Nakivale Refugee Camp Mbarara

TABLE OF CONTENTS: DECLARATION: APPROVAL DEDlCATlON~ ACKNOWLEDGEMENT~ iv CHAPIERONE 1 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 SIATEMENTOFTHEPROI3LEM 4 1.3 HYPOTHESIS 5 1.4 METHODOLOGY 6 1.5 SCOPE OF STUDY 6 2.0 LERATURE REVIEW 7 CHAPTER THREE~ 12 THE kEFUGEE CRISIS 12 3.0 HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE REFUGEE CONCEPT 12 3.1 IEFECTOFCOLONIALISM 15 3.2 THE COLD WAR EFFECTS 18 3.3 LACK OF RESPECT FOR I II. MAN RIGHTS ANDE HUMANITARIAN LAW 19 3.4 ECONOMIC SOCIAL WELFARE AND RAPID POPULATION INCREASE 21 3.5 OTHER FA...

An Examination of the Impact of Legislation On Land Disputes in Uganda: A Case Study of Ap Ac District

ABSTRACT The impm1ance of land in Uganda is vast, and the issue is gaining more and impm1ance. The number of conflicts, both in court as well as of court, is indisputably on the rise, tensions are increasing and ownership of land is becoming a strife political debate. Research on this topic is limited on the weakness of existing legislations, how land tenure affects land disputes, and the possible solutions to land disputes. The goal of the research is to provide a comprehensive view on the i...

A Critical Appraisal of Article 27 Of The Ugandan Constitution 1995 On The Rights to Shelter in Uganda. A Case Study Gulu District

TABLE OF CONTENTS DECLARATION .............................................................................................................................. i TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................... iii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ............................................................................................................... v LIST OF ACRONYMS ............................................................

Analysis of Corporate Criminal Liability in Uganda

ABSTRACT A company is one formed and registered under the companies Act cap no.l 2012 or an existing or a re-registered company under that Act. A corporation is therefore defined as a separate legal entity, an artificial person far from its shareholders that can sue or be sued in its own names. From the date of incorporation, the subscribers to the memorandum and all such other persons as may become members become a body corporate capable of exercising all the powers of an incorporated compan...

The Role of Uganda Police Force in Peace and Conflict Resolution: A Case Study of Nothern Uganda

ABSTRACT The above research was carried out in northern Uganda with an intention of examining the role of Uganda police force in peace and conflict resolution in the republic of Uganda. The research attempt to trace the history of Uganda police force citing its development from the pre-colonial era to post-colonial times, it addresses the legal establishment and categorization of the force in different departments. The research critically looks at the role of the police with a considerable sc...

The Psycho - Social Impact of Torture On Victims and Their Families: A Critical Analysis of Article 1 Of The United Nations Convention Against Torture

TABLE OF CONTENTS DECLARATION ............................................................................................................................. i APPROVAL ................................................................................................................................... ii DEDICATION: .............................................................................................................................. iii APPRECIATION: .........................................

The Ethical and Legal Implications Behind the Legalisation of Euthanasia in Uganda.

ABSTRACT. The suggestion that euthanasia should be authorised by law, to a considerable extent raises some plausible moral, ethical, philosophical, and religious issues as well as legal and constitutional questions. In addition, the euthanasia debate has been fueled by a number of social and legal developments. These include the advent of modern medical technology and the availability and use of artificial measure to prolong life. Therefore, this study will examine and analyze all the factors...

The Implementation of Children's Right to Education in' Pader District

TABLE OF CONTENT DECLARATION ............................................................................................... i APPROVAL .................................................................................................... ii DEDICATION ................................................................................................ .iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENT .................................................................................. iv CHAPTER ONE .................................

Juvenile Delinquency and Protection of Children in Uganda

TABLE OF CONTENT Declaration ....................................................................................... i Approval .......................................................................................... ii Dedication ...................................................................................... iii Acknowledgement ........................................................................... iv Table of statutes cited .........................................................


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