Uganda – Human rights defenders and whistle-blowers
CHAPTER FOUR: STRATEGIES AND INTERVENTIONS STRATEGIES
OBJECTIVE 2: To promote human rights compliance and accountability by business actors
4.2.2 Promoting compliance to human rights observance
vii. Enact and enforce gender-sensitive legislation to protect human rights defenders.
OBJECTIVE 4: To promote social inclusion and rights of the vulnerable and marginalized individuals and groups in business operations.
4.4.3 Capacity building to State and Non-State actors on human rights based approach to programming at all levels
iv. Build capacity of human rights defenders to monitor, document and report on human rights abuses and violations in business operations.
OBJECTIVE 5: To enhance access to remedy to victims of business-related human rights abuses and violations in business operations
4.5.2 Improve access to legal services to communities affected by business-related human rights violations and abuses
- Build capacity of lawyers, human rights defenders, judicial officers, communities and other stakeholders on access to remedy for human rights abuses and violations related to business operations.
Budgeted outputs in Annex I include:
- Build capacity of lawyers, human rights defenders and judicial officers on access to remedy for business and human rights. (Objective 5.0)