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Political Science Dept Discusses UNDP-funded Rule of Law Project Papers

Prof. Sabiti Makara (L) discusses his paper as The Project Coordinator-Dr Suzie Nansozi Muwanga (R) and other officials listen at the seminar held on 1st November 2018, Fairway Hotel, Kampala Uganda

The Department of Political Science and Public Administration, College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHUSS), Makerere University on Thursday, 1st November 2018 held a seminar to discuss the UNDP-funded Rule of Law and Constitutional Democracy project research papers.  The event took place at Fairway Hotel in Kampala and was attended by members of staff and students from the Department as well as representatives from UNDP and Parliament Watch.  

Papers presented included; “Opposition Political Parties in Uganda: Between Resilience and Fading” by Prof. Sabiti Makara; “Gender and Constitutionalism in Uganda: A Case of Women’s Land Rights in Uganda” by Dr. George of Okiror and Mr. Funa Peter; “Constitutionalism and Youth Participation in Uganda: Analysis of Implications on the Rule of Law” by Mr. Solomon Winyi and Mr. Julius Niringiyimana; “The Accountability Deficit: Democratic Accountability and the National Assembly in Uganda” by Mr. Lumumba Bwire; and “The Politics of Life Presidency Legislation in Uganda” by Dr. Julius Kiiza and Ms. Winfred Nakazibwe.

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