The Justice, Law and Order Sector (JLOS) will on November 21st 2017 hold its 2017 edition of the JLOS Recognition Awards Ceremony on the sidelines of the 22nd Annual Government of Uganda and Development Partners Sector Review at Speke Resort, Munyonyo. The Annual JLOS Recognition Awards are a highly visible component of the Sector’s goal of setting standards of excellence in the administration of Justice and the rule of law by honoring and recognizing the efforts and achievements of individuals and institutions. The JLOS Recognition Awards are designed for recognition of individuals and institutions that have demonstrated exceptional good performance…
After the public outcry over the closing of JCU Service Points Jinja and Masaka last year, good news have arrived: Fortunately, JCU has recently received funding from JLOS, sufficient to re-open the two Centres. To that end JCU will be re-opening the Centres at the Jinja High Court and Masaka High Court with effect from 13th March, 2017. Justice Centres Uganda (JCU) is a Project of the Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS), established in 2009 to provide Legal Aid to the poor, marginalized and vulnerable people in Uganda. JCU is hosted and supervised by the Judiciary. JCU operates through…
Justice Centres Uganda (JCU) is a Project of the Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS) hosted and supervised by the Judiciary to provide Legal Aid Services to the poor, vulnerable and marginalized people in Uganda. Justice Centres are a one stop-shop with a broad range of legal services to all categories of vulnerable people within the community, identified through a means and merits test. Some of these services include; legal representation, alternative dispute resolution, referrals, awareness creation and outreaches, as well as psychosocial support. We are looking for a competent, highly motivated and committed individual to fill the key position…
Justice Centres Uganda was at the heart of the protracted legal battle that saw the release of seven inmates from Fort Portal Government Prison Main – Katojo. The inmates who had been found innocent on grounds of insanity had been languishing on remand for years pending Minister’s Orders. Of the seven (7) inmates; four (4) were unconditionally set free after having gradually regained their mental stability while on medication; while three (3) were released from Prison and referred to Butabika Major Hospital for Mental Health to receive specialised care. Initially, there were 8 inmates represented by JCU but one, Sande…
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