FHRI is an independent not-for-profit organization committed to the protection and promotion of human rights and democracy in Uganda. Since its inception in December 1991, FHRI has
* developed and implemented innovative human rights advocacy strategies and programmes;
* pressed for meaningful law reform and respect for due process of law;
* promoted practical human rights education; conducted paralegal training and community empowerment workshops;
* and fostered collaboration among human rights defenders throughout Uganda. ... [according to site editor's information]
HURINET-U is a network of human rights organizations in Uganda. It contributes towards a society free of human rights violations and abuse by building the capacity of our membership to advance the human rights agenda in Uganda, as well as undertakes collective human rights advocacy at national, regional and international level.
HURINET-U currently has three programmes: (i) Capacity Building and Network Development; (ii) Advocacy, Information Exchange and Research; and (iii) the Human rights Fund. ... [according to site editors' information; editors ilissAfrica]
The UHRC was established as an official body under the 1995 Constitution. The decision to establish a permanent body to monitor the human rights situation in the country was in recognition of Uganda's violent and turbulent history.
Annual Reports are downloadable. [editors ilissAfrica; according to site editors' information]