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  • 09 Jan 2017
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 350
The judiciary plays a central role in enhancing and protecting women’s rights, as well as the development and enforcement of formal legal responses to discriminatory and criminal activities, including violence against women (VAW). The Judicial Bench...
  • 15 Apr 2011
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 52
The Report of the Commonwealth Observer Group for the Uganda Parliamentary and Presidential elections. The Group was led by Dame Billie Miller, former Deputy Prime Minister and former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of Barbados, and...
The Government of Uganda recognises both the significant role that women play in combating poverty and contributing to economic growth. It also understands the systematic barriers they face in terms of access to economic opportunities such as public...
Uganda’s parliamentary budget office (PBO) was established by an act of parliament on 27 February 2001. It came into effect on 1 July 2001, when the president assented to the bill. The objective of the act was to ‘Provide for and Regulate the...
At the invitation of the Government of Uganda, the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Mr Kamalesh Sharma, constituted an Observer Group for the 18 February, 2011 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections. In line with usual practice, the...
The 18 February 2011 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in Uganda were the country’s second multi-party elections and it is clear that in some respects the country is still in the process of consolidating its multi-party political system. There...
On Friday, 18 February 2011, Presidential and Parliamentary elections were held in Uganda. There were 23,968 polling stations set up in the 112 districts of the country. At many places, clusters of polling stations were set up within the same area,...
In accordance with the Campaign Guidelines for Presidential Candidates, issued by the Electoral Commission on 25 October 2010, official campaigns for presidential candidates commenced on 28 October and those for parliamentary candidates started on 16...
Uganda attained self-government in 1958. In 1961 a general election returned the Democratic Party of Benedicto Kiwanuka, who became the first Prime Minister in 1962. The general election of April 1962 returned Milton Obote’s Uganda People’s Congress....
Uganda is a republic with separation of powers and a multi-party parliamentary system. Executive power is vested in the President, who is the Head of State and Head of Government, as well as the Commander-in-Chief. The President appoints the...
This chapter reviews the state of municipal finances in Uganda, focusing on municipal infrastructure financing in Kampala. In particular, it sets out the country macro-economic context, outlines the framework for decentralisation and local government...
One of the most important areas of government macroeconomic policy is the national budget. The budget is a powerful policy instrument that shapes development and is thus a strategic entry point for influencing national gender responsiveness. Gender...
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