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Implementing the National Strategy on Human Rights Education in Uganda: Popular Version for Dissemination
The Constitution of Uganda (1995) as amended, recognises the importance of protection and realisation of human rights. Chapter Four of the Constitution constitutes Uganda¡¯s Bill of Rights. However, most Ugandans know very little about this document, let alone other international instruments on human rights. To address this knowledge gap, Uganda as party to the United Nations proclamation in 2004 of the World Programme for Human Rights Education (WPHRE) and the Plan of Action for the First Phase of the WPHRE (2005-2007) committed itself to promoting HRE.
|Authour:||Uganda National Commission for UNESCO|