Special Programs

Objective: To provide a common platform for dialogue and collective advocacy for economic and social transformation of Uganda. The launch of the Civil Society-Private-Public Sector Forum (CS-P-PSF) attracted the public and private actors together with the development partners. The CS-P-PSF is steadily taking root evidenced by the growing interest in this forum among the general public and other stakeholders. The…
Overall Objective To improve access to justice for the poor and vulnerable persons in Uganda. The Paralegal Advisory Services (PAS) seeks to contribute to improving access to justice for all in line with the government’s Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS) priorities. The PAS project commenced in 2005 as a pilot is an innovative project that works with paralegals and…
The Voice project is jointly implemented with OXFAM Uganda for the period 1st August 2017 to 31st July 2017. The project is a regional Initiative mainly focusing on the eight districts of West Nile and the four districts of Karamoja; and is based on addressing one key concern that was highlighted in Uganda’s 2016 general elections by the Citizen’s Election…
The activities under this action benefit from on-going partnerships at the regional level. The regional campaign focuses on but not limited to; the Protocol expanding the jurisdiction of the East African Court of Justice (EACJ) to include human rights, Parliament and human rights with a focus on the East Africa Legislative Assembly (EALA), International Criminal Justice focusing on the International…
Overall Objective“Enhancing citizens’ participation and leadership accountability in Uganda’s political processes.”Launched on August 19th, 2009, the Citizens’ Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU) is a broad coalition that brings together over 600 like-minded civil society organizations and over eight thousand individuals to advocate for electoral democracy in Uganda. The overriding agenda of this coalition is to advocate and promote…

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