SHARE AND TAKE A STAND AGAINST IMMIGRATION DETENTION OF CHILDREN!
RLP joins the global campaign to end immigration detention of children. 20th November 2014 marked the 25th anniversary of the coming into force of the Convention on the Rights of the child. JOIN our fight to end immigration detention and please share our campaign video to spread the word.
A compilation of resources on working with men and boys survivors of conflict related sexual violence in Uganda since 2009. The Pack holds a collection of publications, a feature documentary - “Gender Against Men.”, other short films, and media coverage of our work on conflict related sexual violence against men and boys.
Sexual and Gender Violence Resource Pack
Everyone Is Equal
Refugee Law Project Does Not Discriminate
It is very important to us that you feel welcome in our office. Here you should feel free from discrimination regardless of your: race, tribe, age, nationality, economic status, physical health, HIV status, ability, sexual orientation, mental health, religion ......
We confront the challenges of dealing with legacies of past atrocities and human rights violations, the pursuit of justice, the promotion of democratisation and good governanceLearn More...See our work on
Conflict, Transitional Justice & Governance
We seek to bring legal aid services closer to forced migrants, build capacities of justice institutions on issues of forced migration and empower forced migrants to demand for their rightsLearn More...See our work on
Access to Justice for Forced Migrants
We are geared towards enhancing the mental health and psychosocial wellbeing of refugees, asylum seekers and other forced migrants in Uganda.Learn More...See our work on
Mental Health & Psychosocial Wellbeing
We work to ensure that all people access, recover and enjoy their sexual and gender being and rights, and to raise global awareness of the close relationship between violations...Learn More...See our work on
Gender and Sexuality Issues
We strive at ensuring that forced migrant and host communities are informed and are contributing their own voices to critical debatesLearn More...See our work on