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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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To promote respect and observance of human rights of marginalised groups through legal and legislative advocacy, research and documentation, legal and human rights awareness...

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A special internship arrangement exists for fresh university law graduates and finalist students interested in the rights of marginalized groups and are yet to undertake the Bar Course.


Organisational Development and Capacity Building

This is a core institutional development program that aims at building HRAPF into a strong and vibrant human rights advocacy organization.Read More

Legislative Advocacy and Networking

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.Read More

Access to Justice

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.Read More


HRAPF is using the law to help Uganda’s most marginalized people seek justice..

American Jewish World Service - AJWS

In 2014 HRAPF made tremendous achievements. The most remarkable one was taking the lead on the process that led to the nullification of the Anti-Homosexuality Act 2014.

Sheila Muwanga - Chairperson, Board of Directors