The programme has three focus themes: Social Accountability, Equality and Democratic Governance. These are realized under seven actions namely:
- Research, Advocacy and Lobbying;
Objective: to influence the policy and practice change through human rights research, advocacy and lobbying.
- Research and Documentation.
- Advocacy and Lobbying
- Treaty Reporting
- Policy and Law Reform
- Transitional Justice Advocacy Campaign
- Legal Services;
Objective: to promote and to enhance the protection of rights of vulnerable and poor persons through provision of pro-bono legal assistance.
- Legal Aid Assistance
- The Campaign Against the Death Penalty
- Rights, Rule of Law Program
- Alternatives Project
- Civic Education;
Objective: to enhance human rights and civic awareness in order to increase the demand for political and social accountability.
- External Services;
Objective: to improve information sharing and management, promote collective advocacy, maximize participation and build consensus on democracy and human rights issues in Uganda.
- Special Projects;
- The Paralegal Advisory Services Program (PAS),
Objective: to improve the understanding of principles and procedures of the formal criminal justice system by both users and criminal justice agencies in Uganda.
- Citizens Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU),
Objective: to advocate and promote integrity, transparency and active citizens’ participation in Uganda’s electoral process through: mobilizing citizens to partake in civic education, advocate for electoral reform and engage in election monitoring.
- Civil Society-Private-Public Sector Forum (CSPPSF);
Objective: to adopt strategies and direction for the roadmap to the development of a smart partnership of the CSPPSF
Objective: to work closely with other actors in order to promote adherence to human rights standards at the national and international level.
- Organizational Development.
Objective: to build a sustainable and innovative human rights advocacy organization in Uganda.