The Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF) is an independent and inclusive national platform for NGOs in Uganda. Its primary constituency and owners are NGOs in their diversity and configurations. UNNGOF is however open to other interest groups within a broadly defined civil society.
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This is a study on the NGO sector commissioned by the Office of the Prime Minister of Uganda. It is the first study of its kind in the developing world.
I Freedom Uganda provides a free and secure Internet Environment where the marginalized members of the Ugandan LGBTI and sex workers communities can freely express themselves without any fear of risk and reprisal from state agencies and other dangerous hacking groups.
The Foundation for Human Rights Initiative works to enhance Respect and Observance of Human Rights Practices and Civic Values, Promote basic practices through training,Education, Research, Advocacy, ICTs, and Strategic Partnerships.
Human Rights Focus – (Hurifo) works to enhance and strengthen an enabling environment and use of appropriate mechanisms for protecting, improving, and promoting human rights in Uganda in particular; and the world over.
Human Rights House Uganda aims to foster the promotion, protection and respect of human rights in Uganda through linking and strengthening the capacity of member organizations at national, regional and international levels.
The Centre for Civil and Political Rights has released Guidelines on the Reporting Process to the UN Human Rights Committee in English, French and Spanish. These Guidelines are intended for Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and give an overview of the Reporting process and the role of the NGOs in this process, including in the follow-up to the Concluding Observations.