National Stakeholder’s Conference on Land Justice and Natural Resources

Event Date
Thursday, 9 November 2017 - 8:00am to 5:00pm
Event Info
The School of Law will host a national stakeholder’sconference to discuss land justice and natural resources in relation to Uganda’s governance.
According to a ‘Status report on Land Justice and Governance in contemporary Uganda’ a report based on research findings conducted by HURIPEC between 2016-2017, issues related to Uganda’s land problems are deeply rooted within the wider governance matrix represented by the 30-plus years of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) rule in Uganda.  It is also linked to the historical legacy of the colonial era, coupled with the absence of a concerted attempt at land reform by the early post-colonial governments.
The event will be held at Hotel Africana, Kampala to draw consensus on the participation of all Ugandans in key aspects of governance, particularly land and natural resources, as part of a wider agenda for a national dialogue.
Event Venue
Hotel Africana Kampala
Category by Unit
School of Law
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