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The impact of local cultural beliffs on children’s legal right to education: A case study of Nabwigulu subcounty, Kamuli District
(Makerere University, 2014-12)
Kamuli district of Uganda forms part of the Busoga region. The Basoga have much respect for their culture: cultural leaders, considered to be the prime guardians of local norms and customs, and protectors of peoples’ rights, ...
Oil and gas exploration and environmental protection in Uganda: An appraisal of the policy and legal framework
(Makerere University, 2014-05)
The study analysed the effectiveness of the policy, legal framework for oil and gas exploration in as far as environmental protection in Uganda in general is concerned. This study was hinged on the general objective that ...
The efficacy of section 46 of the Children Act on inter-country adoption in Uganda
(Makerere University, 2015-09)
The study seeks to examine the effectiveness of section 46 of the Children Act on Inter-Country Adoption. It is divided into five chapters. Chapter one of the study will be introductory and it will give a brief explanation ...
(Kluwer Law International, 2017)
The monograph Uganda is an integral part of Transport Law in the International Encyclopaedia of Laws series. The general court system applies fully for claims concerning air, road and rail transportation.
Human rights and public interest litigation in East Africa: A bird’s eye view.
Despite the growing use of public interest litigation (PIL) as a mechanism for pursuing the goals of social justice and enhanced democratic constitutionalism, there is scant comparative analysis of the phenomenon among ...
Legal protection against marine accidents in Uganda.
(Makerere University, 2014)
The major purpose of the study was examining the Legal Protection against Marine Accidents in Uganda.Water transport cannot be ignored. Whether carrying passengers or goods, it is an important component in the mix of ...
Criminal abortion in Uganda: A cross–sectional study of perceptions and participation in Kampala District
(Makerere University, 2017-01)
The study examined criminal abortion in Uganda. The objectives of the study were to investigate the extent of incidents of abortion in Kampala; to conduct a survey on perceptions and participation to abortion in Kampala; ...
Critical reflections on the efficacy of the law with regard to illegal land evictions in Mukono and Wakiso Districts from 2005 to 2014
The study aimed to examine the efficacy of the law with regard to illegal land evictions in Mukono and Wakiso districts from 2005 to 2014 in Uganda. It sought among others, to identify the causes of illegal land evictions ...
Implications of land tenure laws for ensuring the sustainable management of forested landscapes alongside planned oil palm expansion in Buvuma
(Tropenbos International, 2018)
This paper examines land tenure, laws and regulations, acquisition and management, implications for sustainable management of forested landscapes amidst expanding commercial agriculture. The study draws lessons from the ...
An analysis of the legal and regulatory framework for corporate takeovers in Uganda: A case study of the banking and telecommunication sectors of Uganda
This study set out to analyze the legal and regulatory framework for corporate takeovers, mergers, and acquisitions in Uganda focusing on the telecommunication and banking sectors in Uganda with the overall aim of suggesting ...