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Created Date Friday, 20 November 2015
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Human Rights Perceptions Survey 2008

The National Human Rights Perception Survey report was released and launched on the 10th of December 2008. The 2008 Perception Survey, a reflection on the extent to which particular human rights issues are understood and enjoyed by Ugandans was conducted by Steadman Group (U) Ltd on behalf of FHRI
Created Date Friday, 20 November 2015
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HUMAN RIGHTS REFORM AGENDA Informing FHRI’s New Advocacy Strategy

Uganda is currently at crossroads. The Government has the difficult task of on one hand adhering to international principles and regulations while at the same time ensuring to maintain the electorate’s support, especially in the context of the upcoming 2016 elections. The tide is running high, with a regime focusing on survival and a population that is increasingly seen to be despondent due to high unemployment levels and a growing dissatisfaction with the incumbent regime.

Created Date Thursday, 02 June 2016
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LABONGO NGOM KWE PEKE

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