Resources

Type Title Description Year of Publication
Political Economy Analysis of the Gender Equality Legislative Landscape in Uganda

The paper examines the contextual and institutional factors affecting positive change in gender relations in Uganda and proposes entry points that can be leveraged to propagate a pro-gender equality legislative landscape in Uganda. The paper undertakes a political economy analysis of Uganda’s gender equality legislative landscape by: first, analysing the contextual and institutional variables that have produced structural inequalities in relation to access to rights, voice and opportunity among various social groups and that account for the current nature of unequal power relations among these groups; and second, it identifies the key state and non-state actors influencing the gender equality legislative debate in Uganda with the aim of identifying their interests, incentives and decision logics, particularly pointing out why such actors would either support or block certain positions within the gender equality legislative debate.

2019
A Matrix and Analysis of the Gender Equality Laws and Policies in Uganda

The matrix documents existing gender equality local and international laws and policies in Uganda and provides an analysis of the state of implementation of the laws and policies to indicate what was working and what was not. It identifies gaps in the existing legal and policy framework and provides recommendations on necessary improvements.

2019
The Gender Equality Toolkit

The matrix documents existing gender equality local and international laws and policies in Uganda and provides an analysis of the state of implementation of the laws and policies to indicate what was working and what was not. It identifies gaps in the existing legal and policy framework and provides recommendations on necessary improvements.

2019
EU Annual Report On Human Rights and Democracy in the World

The report provides a snapshot of the EU’s engagement and actions to promote and protect human rights across the globe in 2018, and focuses on thematic issues using country-specific examples

2019
EU Annual Report On Human Rights and Democracy in the World: 2018 Country Updates

The update provides a snapshot of the EU’s engagement and actions to promote and protect human rights in specific countries in 2018

2019
Press Freedom Index Report 2018 - Uganda

The report contains documentation of abuses and violations committed by different actors in Uganda against media practitioners, and highlight the perpetrators of the abuses and violations in 2018.

2019
DGF Programme Document (January 2018 - December 2022)

The DGF II Programme Document encapsulates the design of the second five-year phase and commences on 1 January 2018. It includes a context analysis of democratic governance trends in Uganda, gender equality and human rights analysis and an analysis of the social and political prospects for change; impact and outcome statements and indicators for DGF II.

2017
DGF Annual Report 2015/2016

This report presents DGF results along key sub-themes namely: Protecting and Defending Human Rights; Access to Justice; Peace, Conflict Management and Rehabilitation; Civic Rights and Responsiveness; Promoting Media Freedoms; Electoral Democracy; and Transformational Leadership. The report also share results on DGF’s contribution to Public Accountability and Community Vigilance, Natural Resource Governance as well as the cross cutting themes of Youth and Gender empowerment.

2016
DGF Annual Report 2014/2015

The report highlights key results registered in the period July 2014 - June 2015 along 9 key sub-themes namely: protecting and defending human rights; access to justice; peace, conflict management and Rehabilitation; civic rights and responsiveness; promoting media freedoms and electoral democracy; transformational leadership; public accountability and community vigilance; natural resource governance as well as the cross cutting themes of youth and gender empowerment.

2015
The National Youth Manifesto 2016-2021

Working closely with the Youth Coalition on Electoral Democracy in Uganda, the youth developed their manifesto and held a media launch on 9th August 2015. The manifesto is a social contract between young people in Uganda and the national leaders. The manifesto highlights five (5) key priority areas which include creation of Jobs, provision of Health care for all, education for opportunities, Sports and creative arts and meaningful Participation in decision-making processes.

2015

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