Human Rights Law
International Humanitarian Law
Home Away From Home: An Analysis Of Uganda’s Respect Of Its Human Rights Obligations Towards Internally Displaced Persons
Article by Faith Uwimana Mahoro
The strife of Internally Displaced Persons continues to be swept under the carpet over the years. The international, regional and national legal and policy framework in relation to these persons, however comprehensive, portrays limited efficacy. Owing to a number of both foreseeable and unforeseeable challenges, Uganda’s legal and policy framework in adherence to its international obligations has proved ineffective. As a result, Internally Displaced Persons continue to face a number of challenges which reveal the complexities relating to their sufficient protection.