Malcolm Twino Mpamizo

Malcom is a Senior Program Officer with the Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) Uganda. He holds a Bachelor of Laws degree with honours from Makerere University; a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Law Development Centre; as well as Master of Laws with distinction from University College Cork, National University of Ireland.

He has over 10 years of experience in various aspects of law and development programming in the areas of governance, human rights law, democracy and justice, as well as children’s and women’s rights. He has worked in various countries in Africa and Europe, which has allowed him to acquire broad perspectives on the issues of socio-economic justice and governance.

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Topic: Victims of Business-Related Human Rights Violations Need Effective Policy Considerations to Access Effective Remedies – A Case of the Oil and Mining Sectors in Uganda

This policy brief argues for policy action to ensure that victims of business-related human rights violations in Uganda have access to effective judicial remedies. The state duty to ensure access to effective judicial remedy is sine qua non for the realisation of the right of access to judicial remedy.

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