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Annet Ajok

National Center for State Courts...
Joined August 2015
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Criminal Justice, Gender-based violence, Land & Natural Resources
Annet is a 28 year old human rights activist and an advocate of the courts of Judicature of Uganda.

She is currently working as a legal officer with National Center for States Courts in Uganda. She has previously served as a Legal Officer with the Center for Reparation and Rehabilitation and as Legal Assistant at War Child Canada.

Annet has also worked as a consultant for the Federación Internacional de Abogadas (FIDA) Uganda and Action Aid International where she conducted community dialogues on women’s land and property rights, carried out mobile legal aid clinics, and trained paralegals, law enforcement officers and local leaders on the land rights of women and children.

Her areas of expertise include: conflict mitigation; enhancing access to justice for the vulnerable and marginalized groups (such as women, children and the youth); civil society and democracy; human rights advocacy; and the monitoring and investigation of rights violations.

She holds a post graduate diploma in Legal Practice from the Law Development Center in Kampala and a Bachelors of Laws from Makerere University Kampala, Uganda.

Annet looks forward to sharing knowledge and learning from people who are passionate about enhancing accessing to justice for the vulnerable community.

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