Events - Rule of Law Programme Sub-Saharan Africa (Anglophone Countries)
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Annual Rule of Law Symposium
This year the Uganda Law Society in collaboration with KAS will commemorate its 7th annual Rule of Law day under the theme “Labour Rights in Uganda:Making Decent Work A Reality” with the aim of promoting a national discussion on the rights of workers
Challenges and Opportunities on Climate Change for Law, Policy and Development
This is an experts' forum aimed at addressing inter alia, Climate change at its impact on human rights, migration movements, disaster prevention, regional intergration and development in general.
AFRICAN HUMAN RIGHTS MOOT COURT COMPETITION
This is the 23rd African Human Rights Moot Court Competition to be held since its inception in 1992. In addition to the Competition, there was a one day international conference on the theme 'Realising the right to development in Africa'
A CALL FOR RESTORING THE SADC TRIBUNAL
This is to facilitate a discussion among key stakeholders from the Southern African region, to place renewed emphasis on the need for the restoration, and individual access to the SADC Tribunal and its impact on future developments in the SADC region
Training workshop for African Diplomats.
STAKEHOLDERS’ CONFERENCE ON BUDGETARY CONTROL, CORRUPTION AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN AFRICA
The conference seeks to interrogate the nexus between budgetary control, corruption and human rights from an African perspective with the aim of contributing towards effective utilization of public resources for current and future generations.
The Constitution of Kenya: An Introduction
‘The Constitution of Kenya: an Introduction’ is a book that offers a systematic dissection of the chapters and of each article of the 2010 Kenyan Constitution. The book accurately retraces the steps that led to the August 2010 promulgation.
Dr. Arne Wulff and Mr. Peter Wendoh undertook a duty tour to Arusha from 8th to 10th April 2014 to meet with key stakeholders and follow-up on the existing partnerships and explore possibilities of future collaborations.
A workshop on Human Rights Protection from the European and African Perspective and a Book Launch
Dr. Luis Francheschi and Prof. Ulrike Wanitzek made presentations on the human rights protection from the African and European perspective respectively. Later, a book published by Dr. Francheschi with the support of KAS was launched.
Trainings Programme for African Diplomates
A colloquium of experts took place in the wake of the presentation of the book Climate Change: International Law and Global Governance.