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REPORT LAUNCH OF THE SECURITY, PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT THAT TOOK PLACE ON THE 26 NOVEMBER 2019
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FOLLOW OUR LATEST PROJECT WHILE WE ASSESS THE ACCOUNTABILITY OF COVID - 19 RESOURCES
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The abuse of civil and political rights in the era of Kisanja Hakuna Mchezo.

“Where Did the COVID-19 Billions Go?”
“Where Did the COVID-19 Billions Go?”

The Human Rights and Peace Center, (HURIPEC) of the School of Law, Makerere University, under a research initiative ‘Transparency and Accountability of COVID Resources (TACOR)’, is exploring how resources including money mobilized for the fight against the COVID 19 pandemic has been utilized and what lessons can be drawn to address any future emerging crises […]

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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.

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TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF COVID - 19 RESOURCES IN UGANDA (TACOR)

The Human Rights and Peace Center, (HURIPEC) of the School of Law, Makerere University, under a research initiative ‘Transparency and Accountability of COVID Resources (TACOR)’, is exploring how resources including money mobilized for the fight against the COVID 19 pandemic has been utilized and what lessons can be drawn to address any future emerging crises like the resurging Ebola and landslides that the country continues to grapple with.

As part of data collection, HURIPEC has held a launch of the TACOR project, 2 Budget Review Platform meetings, and 4 regional meetings in Gulu, Soroti, Mbarara and Masaka to assess how COVID – 19 funds were applied.

Our recent publications on TACOR

The Unresolved COVID – 19 Issues

“We have never been in a better position to end COVID-19 as a global health emergency…The number of weekly reported deaths is near the lowest since the pandemic began; And two-thirds of the world’s population is vaccinated, including 75% of health workers and older people,” World Health Organization Director-General, Dr...

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HURIPEC To Host the TACOR National Platform Meeting

The Human Rights and Peace Center (HURIPEC), a semi-autonomous department of the School of Law, Makerere University will be hosting a National Platform Meeting under the auspices of its Transparency and Accountability of Covid – 19 Resources (TACOR) project – an academic – led effort (that started in April 2022)...

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TACOR PICTORIALS

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Short Courses

The Centre staff administer various course units under the general bachelors’ degree in law administered by the school of law, Makerere University. 
 

Research, Publication & Advocacy

We carry out a wide-range of research related projects touching on various human rights issues. The research is often published and used as outreach teaching and advocacy materials …

Events (Outgoing & Upcoming)

HURIPEC often organizes diverse events on various topical issues touching on democratization and human rights in Uganda and wider African continent. 
 

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Human Rights and Peace Centre,
School of Law, Makerere University.
P.O.BOX 7062 Kampala, Uganda