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Civil Military Relations During COVID - 19, Challenges and Opportunities$0.00Download
An analysis of the human rights implications of the proposed Land Acquisition Bill and the issuance of Certificates of Customary Ownership (CCOs) in Karamoja and Acholi sub-regions$0.00Download
LAND CAPPING IN UGANDA: Tackling the Land Crisis through Regulated Acquisition; CITIZENS PERSPECTIVES$0.00Download
EAJPHR Vol. 26, No. 2 (Nov. 2020) (Special Issue)$8.90Download
WELCOME TO HURIPEC
The Human Rights and Peace Centre (HURIPEC), a semi-autonomous department under the School of Law was set up by Makerere University in 1993, as the first human rights centre of its kind in Sub-Saharan Africa. Although several human rights-related subjects were already being taught at the Faculty of Law, HURIPEC was established solely to foster on teaching, research and activism on human rights and peace issues at the University.
- Event: The Launch of Volume 26, Issue 2 of the EAJPHR. December 5, 2020
- Statement on Violence, Excessive Use of Force and Blatant Violations of Human Rights during the Electoral Process in November 2020 December 4, 2020
- Foreword to the Second Issue of Volume 26 of the East Africa Journal of Peace and Human Rights 2020. December 2, 2020
- HURIPEC Webinar on Social Policy in Uganda and Covid-19 May 30, 2020
- LLD Scholarship on Militarization, Human Rights and Development in Uganda May 20, 2020
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