COVID-19: We've created a new online space for grassroots justice groups to discuss how to adapt and respond to the pandemic.  Explore it here.

Close X
  • Join
  •     |    
  • Login
  •     |    
Log in
Join

Network

logo

Chapter Four

Presence in: Uganda
Focus: Access to Information, Criminal Justice

The organisation provides robust & strategic legal response to abuse of Civil Liberties in defence of Human Rights for all.

People Associated With This Organization

Masake Anthony

Uganda  
Chapter Four
Joined June 2016
Interests: Access to Information, Criminal Justice, Gender-based violence
I am a civil rights advocate working with Chapter Four Uganda, a local civil rights group in Uganda. I have a strong commitment for the defence of fundamental human rights for all without discrimination and promoting access to justice for all.

Nicholas Opiyo

Uganda  
Chapter Four
Joined August 2018
Interests: Access to Information, Gender-based violence, Other
Nicholas Opiyo is the Executive Director and Lead Attorney at Chapter Four Uganda, a civil rights charity working to defend civil liberties. He is the recipient of German Africa Prize, 2017, Voices for Justice Award from Human Rights Watch, 2015 and the European Union Parliament Sakharov Fellows Prize, 2016.

He was until March of 2017, a member of the Team of Expert to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights to Peaceful Assembly and Association. He is also a visiting scholar at the Centre for African Studies, Stanford University, CA, USA and the Global Health Program at the University of San Francisco (UCSF), California, USA.

Nicholas is the board Chair of Action Aid Uganda, a member of the Human Rights Advisory Board BENETECH, a Silicon Valley human rights and tech company based in Palo Alto in California and African Middle Eastern Leadership Project (AMEL), a Washington, DC-based think and action group.

Rosemary Karoro

Uganda  
Chapter Four (Unverified)
Joined August 2018
Interests: Corruption, Economic Empowerment, Environmental Justice, Gender-based violence, Governance, Land & Natural Resources, Women's Rights
Rosemary Karoro is currently working as a Research and Advocacy Officer at Chapter Four Uganda, a non-governmental organization tasked with protection and promotion of civil liberties for all. She formerly worked as a legal assistant with KSMO Advocates for one and a half years and as a research assistant at the Human Rights and Peace Center at the School of Law Makerere University, Uganda. Rosemary holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from Makerere University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Law Development Centre Kampala, Uganda. Rosemary enrolled at the Ugandan Bar and is an Advocate of the High Court of Uganda and all subordinate Courts. Rosemary’s career has focused on multiple areas of legal practice, which include; corporate and commercial transactions, land transactions, litigation in civil matters, human rights litigation, research and documentation of violations. Currently, Rosemary is focusing on public interest litigation practice at Chapter Four Uganda at local and international forums.
Masake Anthony is the network champion (main point of contact) for Chapter Four.

Please contact community@namati.org to report outdated information or to ask a question about this profile.