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Kampala, Kampala
Uganda

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Joshua Kago Mahande


Added on: Sep 10, 2019

Last Updated: Dec 22, 2019



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We're a registered Non – Governmental Organization in Uganda devoted to advocating and enhancing the right to access of affordable and timely Electoral Justice at all levels.

Through strategic interventions such as electoral justice reforms advocacy and legal aid extension services, inter alia to all stakeholders in the administration and management of elections. Our focus among others; is to promote justice in elections – led democracy and a broad spectrum of research.

We seek to explore the underlying role of electoral justice in the realization and quest for peace, human rights and freedoms as cornerstones of a truly democratic societies. We aspire to work with partners as organizations and/or individuals who relate well to our cause.

Our pre – establishment findings showed that many a participants in the electoral processes in Uganda are either ignorant or negligent about the subject of electoral justice to the extent that few are aware about the quasi – judicial powers that the electoral commission hold in election preparations and management.

We therefore seek to make the access and cost of electoral redress as simple, timely, available and affordable by all.

PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ORGANIZATION

Joshua Kago Mahande

Founding Member of Centre for Electoral Justice and Research; and current Executive Director passionate about Electoral Justice as a means of promoting good governance. Having fully been registered this year by the NGO Bureau, We're looking forward contributing to SDG16 in regard to justice and election especially in local council elections where electoral Injustices have gone unattended too. Joining this Network to for my personal and organisational growth. I hope to learn from the many already established individuals and organisations in the Justice field and others.

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