An appraisal of the existing legal framework on the right to education and its violations on rural women: a case study of soroti district.

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Kampala international international: School Of Law
The right to education as enshrined in chapter four of the constitution is one of the fundamental human rights. It therefore follows that such a right is inalienable. The notion is premised on the key roles that these rights play in the life of a human being without which life is antagonized. It is therefore conceivable that any act that has the effect of alienating the right to education amounts to an abuse of the right and the victim is entitled to an adequate remedy. It's also true that these violations vary in degree, jurisdiction, sex, race among others. This study is set to look at the implications of the violation of the right to education of rural women in Uganda given its impact on women in Uganda. Finally the study entails the way forward to ensure the proper enjoyment of the right by rural women in Uganda.
A dissertation submitted to the school of law in partial Fulfillment of the requirement for the award of Bachelor of laws degree in Kampala International University
Humans rights, Legal framework, Right to education, Soroti district., Rural women:, Violations