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The State of Corporate
Accountability in Uganda

Regional Corporate
Accountability Platforms

Recent Events and Activities

July 22, 2019 - July 26, 2019

Wakiso Land Awareness Week

The weeklong engagements included Local Government leaders stakeholder meeting, community sensitization engagements, mobile legal aid clinics on land rights, title verification, radio and Television talk shows, sensitization on the roles of surveyors and display of the register of surveyors. The Land awareness week was intended to interrogate various critical issues around land ownership, interest, rights and acquisition and to increase peoples capacity to advocate for their interests in Land.

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Uganda has experienced a surge in foreign direct investment in fields like extractives, agriculture, manufacturing and the social sector by multinational and local corporations. With this growth, a significant percentage of economic, social and cultural rights are now owned, managed or implemented by corporate entities thereby linking corporate accountability and ESCRs.

The consortium was established to further the discourse on economic, social and cultural rights as a category of rights by itself as well as corporate accountability and the intersection of issues that underlie both fields.

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Moving around Karamoja region, you continue to witness how we live in abject poverty amidst plenty of riches.

– Remarks from a community member in Moroto

Special Report

Planting Poverty and Conflict: The Bitter Taste Of Sugar

A closer look into the vast social and economic effects of sugarcane production in Luuka District.

The challenge for corporate accountability in Uganda is thus a challenge of finding ways of holding both the state and corporations accountable for their respective and intersecting human rights obligations.

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