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Settle political disputes lawfully; Lawyers tell government

Settle political disputes lawfully; Lawyers tell government

The government has been challenged not to bend the laws to settle political disputes. This challenge has been made by Uganda Law Society following recent developments in the country. The society’s president Francis Gimara addressing journalists at their headquarters said there is uncalled for pressure on courts of law to settle political disputes. He says many of these […]

70% of women in Uganda produce babies with spina bifida

    Many mothers all over Uganda continue to give birth to children with spina bifida and hyrocephalus. Research has shown that 70% of these impairments can be prevented by increased intake of folic acid supplementation, eating food rich in folic acid like fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, meat, and liver, among others and eating foods that […]

More concerted efforts needed to end Female Genital Mutilation.

As Uganda today joins the world to mark the International day against Female Genital Mutilation, female legislators are concerned that the practice continues despite the existence of the law. Speaking to journalists, Mps including Florence Ibi, Sylvia Namabidde, Florence Namayanja and Grace Namara say there is need for more combined effort in creating more awareness […]

Gen. Muntu to receive law degree in Dar es Salaam

  Former Uganda army commander, Maj. Gen. Mugisha Muntu is set to receive his law degree course at Arusha University next year. Muntu, who is currently vying to replace Col. Kiiza Besigye as the president General of Forum for Democratic Change (FDC). He is tussling it with two people, leader of opposition business in parliament, […]

Study masters in transitional trade law and finance

The  Eropean Master’s in Transnational Trade Law and Finance (EMTTLF) has been selected by the European Commission among the Erasmus Mundus masters courses for five years. This implies that the European Commission will grant scholarships to highly qualified third-country graduate students to follow the EMTTLF Masters Course. The EMTTLF Consortium will award around 17 Erasmus […]

Get opportunity in Research for Lawyers from Developing Countries

Research Scholarships for Lawyers: UNIDROIT’s Scholarships Programme offers Research Scholarships for Lawyers from Developing Countries and Countries in Economic Transition A scholarship (average length: two months, with a minimum of six weeks; exceptionally, four months in the case of the UK Foundation) may cover all or part of the cost of living in Rome for […]

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