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The Human Rights Centre Uganda (HRCU) is a nonprofit organization established in November 2008 with the sole aim of contributing to the protection and promotion of the rights of Human Rights Defenders (HRDs) in Uganda. HRCU pays specific attention to capacity building for HRDs on their rights, research and documentation, legal aid and advocacy.

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TRAINING MANUAL ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS BASED APROACH TO IMPLEMENTING THE PREVENTION AND PROHIBITION OF TORTURE ACT, 2012 AND THE PUBLIC ORDER MANAGEMENT ACT, 2013

This training manual on the Human Rights Based Approach(HRBA)to implementing the Prevention And Prohibition Of Torture Act, 2012 (PPTA) and The Public Order Management Act, 2013 (POMA) is intended to be a simplified tool for trainers on the application of the HRBA by Human Rights Defenders (HRDs) in law enforcement and other Justice, Law and Order Sector (JLOS) agencies in order to avoid the implicit or explicit violation of human rights.

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UN declaration of human rights defenders (ENGLISH)

The Human Rights Centre Uganda has simplified and translated the UN declaration of human rights defenders into local languages to make it possible for all human rights defenders benefit from it.

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UN declaration of human rights defenders (LUGANDA)

The Human Rights Centre Uganda has simplified and translated the UN declaration of human rights defenders to make it possible for all human rights defenders benefit from it.

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Overview of activities

Past activities

Launch of the HRDs report 2016.

HRD capacity building workshop.

Commemoration of the anti-torture day.

HRCU staff at a human rights show.