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HRAPF Membership

HRAPF is a membership organisation. It welcomes all people who share its values and aspirations as well as its aims and objectives. The Current number of members is 40.

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What we do

Legislative Advocacy..

One of our programs that aims at undertaking advocacy to influence the adoption of policies and legislation that promote equality and non-discrimination in order to prevent discrimination of marginalised groups.

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Job Applications Dec '15

Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum (HRAPF) is looking for 8 persons to fill the following positions: ...

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WHAT WE DO

This the principal program at HRAPF. It was modified by the new strategic plan 2013-2017 from the Law Reform Program of the 2010-2012 strategic plan.

Its major objective is to promote sustainable access to justice in Uganda specifically to sexual minorities, poor women and children living with HIV/AIDS and poor men and women and the elderly.

It focuses on provision pro-bono legal aid services to marginalised groups in the areas of criminal justice, land justice, family justice (HIV/AIDS related) and: sexual and gender based violence.

This program aims at undertaking advocacy to influence the adoption of policies and legislation that promote equality and non-discrimination in order to prevent discrimination of marginalised groups.
This is a core institutional development program that aims at building HRAPF into a strong and vibrant human rights advocacy organization.

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