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Weekly Parliament Human Rights Tracker

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The Parliament Human Rights Tracker curates key human rights issues and discussions that happen in Plenary and committees. It tracks the actions taken by Parliament on the same. This is meant to monitor the work of Parliament in promoting Human rights. This information is also useful for public, media houses and civil society organizations doing human rights work. 20th – 22nd August 2019 Right to Education On the failure by Kyambogo University to release results of students of Nazigo Primary […]
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The Parliament Human Rights Tracker curates key human rights issues and discussions that happen in Plenary and committees. It tracks the actions taken by Parliament on the same. This is meant to monitor the work of Parliament in promoting Human rights. This information is also useful for public, media houses and civil society organizations doing human rights work.

20th – 22nd August 2019

  1. Right to Education

The Speaker directed the Minister of Education and Sports to address the plight of the affected students and report back to the House on Thursday 29th August 2019

  1. Right to life and personal liberty

The Speaker guided that Hon. Anite Evelyn should consider raising the matter herself

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The Speaker directed the Minister of Disaster Preparedness to respond to the emergency and report to the House on Thursday 29th August 2019.

  1. Right to Health

Responded to by the Minister of State for Defence, Hon. Okello Engola Charles (Col.).

The Speaker directed the Minister of Health to respond to the matter on Thursday 29th August 2019

  1. Right to own property

The Petition was referred to the Committee on Physical Infrastructure

  1. Right to respect for human dignity and protection from inhuman treatment

The Minister of State for Environment, Hon. Kitutu Mary undertook to investigate the matter and report during the week of 27th – 29th August 2019.

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