• A Brief Analysis of the Non-Governmental Organizations Bill, 2015

    Civil Society Organizations, including Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) can be traced as far back as the 1950s—mostly as emergency relief organizations. The development of the CSO sector is attributed largely to “the resurgence of the neo-liberal, free market ideology, which sought to reduce the role and influence of the state.”

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    [creativ_columns structure=”50|50″][creativ_col position=”a”][/creativ_col][creativ_col position=”b”]”Arnold Kwesiga is a human rights and transitional justice lawyer. He possesses wide experience on issues of forced migration and international humanitarian law. He is a member of the Public Interest Law clinic of Makerere University. [/creativ_col][/creativ_columns]

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