The Long Road to Realising Labour Rights in Uganda Sept 2010-March 2011

This report presents the findings from a six-month research project carried out by the Foundation for Human Rights Initiative on labour rights in Uganda. Specifically, the study examined the current level of enjoyment of the right: to work; to join and form a trade union; to minimum standards of employment; to a safe and healthy working environment; and to protection upon leaving employment including social security and pension rights. Our report also looks at the current state of child labour in Uganda and goes on to provide a critical analysis of the current obstacles to the successful implementation of labour rights in Uganda

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The Foundation for Human Rights Initiative (FHRI) is an independent, non-governmental, non-partisan and not-for-profit human rights advocacy organization established in December 1991. It seeks to remove impediments to democratic development and meaningful enjoyment of the fundamental freedoms enshrined in the 1995 Uganda Constitution and other internationally recognized human rights instruments. .

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