NEWS

22 November 2018: Minister for Ethics and Integrity Bars Key Population Rights Activists from Addressing the National HIV Prevention Symposium

On 22nd of November 2018, the Minister for Ethics and Integrity, Rev.Fr.Simon Lokodo, clamped down on the National HIV Prevention...

HRAPF SUPPORTS THE CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE TO THE ‘IDLE AND DISORDERLY’ LAWS

PRESS STATEMENT Kampala, Friday 9th November 2018 HRAPF SUPPORTS THE CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE TO THE ‘IDLE AND DISORDERLY’ LAWS Human Rights Awareness and...

HRAPF releases third issue of the Human Rights Advocate focusing on the new NGO Act 2016

The Human Rights Advocate magazine is a legislative review and advocacy tool in favour of marginalised groups. Each issue contains...

HRAPF releases analysis of the Human Rights Enforcement Bill, 2015

HRAPF has made an analysis of The Human Rights Enforcement Bill, 2015. The Bill was published in the Uganda Gazette...

Opinion: We need to open up about abortion instead of gagging discussions

The abortion question has recently made headlines with the Executive Order released by the new United States President prohibiting any...

OUR PROGRAMS


Under its strategic plan 2018-2022, HRAPF’s work is implemented under four programs. These are:

  • Since 2010, HRAPF has been implementing the access to justice program. The program objective is to increase sustainable access to justice for marginalised persons and Most at Risk Populations in Uganda. This is aimed at improving their legal, political, economic and social wellbeing.

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  • The program objective is to enhance research, advocacy and networking for a just and fair legal and policy environment that promote rights, equality and non-discrimination. The goal is to achieve systemic changes towards the realisation of the rights of marginalised persons and Most at Risk Populations informed by evidence-based advocacy.

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  • This is a new thematic/programmatic area that now brings all the work related to capacity building of HRAPF’s target groups. Its objective is to enhance the capacity of rights holders and duty bearers to effectively advocate for and protect the rights of marginalised persons and Most at Risk Populations groups in Uganda.

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  • The objective of institutional development is to strengthen HRAPF’s institutional capacity, financial independence and operational efficiency to deliver on its mandate. The Goal is an efficient, effective and sustainable organisation.

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WHO WE WORK WITH

  • LEGAL AID SERVICE PROVIDERS NETWORK (LASPNET)
  • EAST AND HORN OF AFRICA HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS NETWORK (EHARDP-NET)
  • ACCESS TO TREATMENT COALITION
  • CITIZENS COALITION ON ELECTORAL DEMOCRACY (CCEDU)
  • UGANDA NATIONAL NGO FORUM
  • HUMAN RIGHTS NETWORK UGANDA (HURINET)
  • LEGAL AID SERVICE PROVIDERS NETWORK (LASPNET)
  • EAST AND HORN OF AFRICA HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS NETWORK (EHARDP-NET)