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Since November 2020, Uganda has seen a wave of arrest and detention of its citizens by security operatives in the run-up to its 2021 elections. On 4 March 2021, the Minister of Internal Affairs released a list of 177 names[...]
Press release – Ongwen’s conviction opens the door to the first ever reparations for victims of the armed conflict in Northen Ugandahttps://www.asf.be/blog/publications/press-release-ongwens-conviction-opens-the-door-to-the-first-ever-reparations-for-victims-of-the-armed-conflict-in-northen-uganda/
Uganda: Call for Immediate Release of prominent human rights defender- Nicholas Opiyo and two others.https://www.asf.be/uganda-call-for-immediate-release-of-prominent-human-rights-defender-nicholas-opiyo-and-two-others/
The undersigned organisations strongly condemn the arbitrary arrest of renowned human rights defender Nicholas Opiyo. On 22 December, Opiyo in the company of two other lawyers Odur Anthony and Esomu Simon were arrested at about 4.00pm by plain clothed security[...]
Abusive arrests in Uganda : NGOs call for the immediate release of journalists and environmental rights defendershttps://www.asf.be/blog/publications/abusive-arrests-in-uganda-ngos-call-for-the-immediate-release-of-journalists-and-environmental-rights-defenders/
Oeganda, gesterkt door zijn recente ervaring met het aanpakken van het ebolavirus, heeft een masterplan ontwikkeld om de verspreiding van COVID-19 tegen te gaan. Preventieve maatregelen werden vanaf 18 maart genomen, zelfs voordat het eerste geval van besmetting geregistreerd werd in het land. Terwijl het eerste geval geregistreerd werd op 22 maart, was het gezondheidspersoneel al in staat van paraatheid en waren preventieve maatregelen zoals het regelmatig wassen van de handen, al door de autoriteiten gepromoot.
On 17th June 2019, after a decade-long formulation and adoption process, the Government of Uganda finally announced the passing of the National Transitional Justice Policy (NTJP) and officially released it in September. The passing of the Policy is partly fulfilling the Government’s commitments on accountability and reconciliation that it made during the Juba Peace process, which started in 2006, as well as its constitutional obligations.
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