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We Ugandans are used to lockdowns and poor healthcare. But we’re terrified

In Uganda, for the first time since 2013, more than three people can legally meet without needing to inform the police. Last week, parts of the Public Order Management Act, a law used to gag political opponents, was declared unconstitutional. But most Ugandans are staying away from crowds and keeping at home to control the spread

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Children, women casualties of Uganda’s coronavirus transport ban

Nyapeya, Gulu district, Uganda – Sitting outside her grass-thatched house, in a lush part of the northern Ugandan countryside, Jeanette Aromorach described how her son became a victim of the coronavirus pandemic – even though he had never contracted the pathogen. Stewart Rubamga-Kwo, who was small for his 12 years, had an enlarged spleen and needed

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How legal system tortures rape victims

First, tell us about the Women’s Probono Initiative? The Women’s Probono Initiative is a civil society organisation founded in July 2018 to advance access to justice for women and girls through awareness creation, legal representation, research and knowledge sharing. What informed your decision to found this organisation? I am a first born child from a

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Statement to mark World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

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Return of Pualine’s remains to Uganda

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Harmful COVID-19 response practices violating Women’s rights in Uganda

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Overview of the legal and policy landscape on child marriage

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