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Uganda Must Repeal Colonial Laws to Guarantee Media Freedom

Much has changed since Uganda gained independence in 1962. Yet the country retains colonial laws that impede proper functioning of the media and freedom of expression. State intimidation of journalists also breaches international human rights standards.



Ugandan COVID-19 Response Exacerbates Violation of Sex Workers’ Socio-Economic Rights

Criminalisation of sex work in Uganda has increased violence against sex workers and left them vulnerable to violation of their socio-economic rights to work, food, housing and health services during the enforcement of public health measures to counter the spread of COVID-19.