The East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights(EAJPHR)

HURIPEC aims at publishing and therefore augmenting availability of and accessibility to ground-breaking, excellence and peer-reviewed, scholarly works through the East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights (EAJPHR).  The EAJPHR is an international, bi-annual journal that publishes original contributions in the form of articles, comments, case notes, book reviews and reporting on important developments on a wide range of issues relating to law, human rights, and peace and conflict other aspects of International Human Rights Law, especially in Uganda and East Africa. 

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Huripec Working Papers

HURIPEC also publishes diverse working papers based on different research initiatives on emerging issues in human rights and democratization in Uganda.  Some of the working papers are output products of the various projects undertaken by HURIPEC.  The following Project-Specific Publications are available for download.

A. Rights and Democratic Governance

B. Economic, Social & Cultural Rights

C. Decentralization & Human Rights


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General Publications On Governance and Human Rights in Uganda and East Africa

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