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Supporting Access to Justice For Children and Youth in Eastern Africa

SAJCEA PROJECT

The Supporting Access to Justice For Children and Youth in Eastern Africa (SAJCEA) program is a project funded by the Canadian Bar Association, initiated for purposes of Strengthening Access to Justice for the vulnerable Children and Youth in Eastern Africa, through stakeholder collaboration, institutional development and capacity building and enhancement through sharing of ideas amongst the Justice, Law and Order Sector institutions which have formed National Working Groups (NWG) in the East African countries of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.

The Uganda National Working Group is comprised of ;- The Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs – Department of Law Council, Justice Law and Order Sector, Paralegal Advisory Services, Legal Aid Service Providers Network (LASPNET), the Judiciary, Uganda Law Society, the Directorate of Public Prosecutions – Gender section, Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development – Children and Youth Department.

The Uganda National Working Group through a collaborative approach will implement the SAJCEA project to ensure that access to justice for children and youth is strengthened in the districts of Busia, Katakwi and Bundibugyo.


Events

Jul 31
Trial Advocacy
15 pts. Conducted in partnership with Justice Advocacy Uganda (JAU) with faculty comprising of distinguished Attorneys from the United States of America, and experienced Trial Advocacy Instructors from Kenya and Uganda.