DOWNLOAD: Uganda National Transitional Justice Policy (NTJP) 2019

DOWNLOAD: Uganda National Transitional Justice Policy (2019)

Call for Nominations: 2019 JLOS Recognition Awards

The Justice, Law and Order Sector (JLOS) will in October 2019 hold its 2018/2019 edition of the JLOS Recognition Awards Ceremony on the sidelines of the 24th Annual Government of Uganda and Development Partners Sector Review. The Annual JLOS Recognition Awards are a highly visible component of the Sector’s goal of setting standards of excellence in the administration of Justice and the rule of law by honoring and recognizing the…

National intellectual property policy will stimulate commercial growth

By Bemanya Twebaze Uganda’s success in the knowledge-based economy is critically dependent on effective mechanisms for nurturing innovation and creativity. On May 27, Cabinet approved the National Intellectual Property Policy to establish an appropriate infrastructure that supports innovation and creativity, develop human capital for the IP value chain, and enhance the utilisation of the IP system. The value of IP is founded in its contribution towards the development and sustainable…

11 Judicial Officers Transferred

KAMPALA - The Chief Registrar of the Judiciary, HW Esta Nambayo, transferred 11 judicial officers in a bid to improve service delivery in the courts. According to the transfer instrument released on 9 August 2019, the latest transfers, affecting Deputy Registrars, an Assistant Registrar and Magistrates' Grade One, take immediate effect. HW Nambayo explained that the list includes the deployment of two Judicial Officers who have been on leave. She…