Uganda: A human rights manifesto for Uganda: What needs to be done
This human rights manifesto, supported by a range of Ugandan human rights organizations, is addressed to all candidates in Uganda's forthcoming presidential and parliamentary elections. It incudes the following human rights issues: torture; human rights during armed conflict; the right to life; freedom of expression and association and women's rights.
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