An examination of the right to a peaceful assembly Kampala International University

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Kampala International University, School of Law
The purpose of the study is to critically examine the effective of the right to peaceful assembly in Uganda.The study was guided by four objectives i. To examine the legal & institutional framework on human rights ii. To examine the legal rights to peaceful assembly in Uganda iii. To examine the protection and enforcement mechanisms of’ human rights in Uganda. iv. To assess the challenges affecting the right to peaceful assembly in Uganda.The study analyzed the place and relevance of human rights and public interest litigation iii the Uganda legal system using both primary and secondary source of data. The study used information from books, articles. cases, documents for analyzing the practice of public interest litigation, the study exhaustively searched PIL cases the red and blue volumes, the internet. KIU Library and the law development centre library.
A dissertation submitted to the faculty of law as a requirement for the award of a bachelor’s degree of law of Kampala International University
Rights, Peaceful assembly