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  • Acknowledgment 4 List of Acronyms 6 Executive Summary 9 Background 9 Programme Goal and Objectives 9 Implementation Mechanisms of the Joint Programme 10 Purpose of the Evaluation 10 Objectives of the Evaluation 11 Conclusion 21 Recommendations 22 Efficiency 23

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    Uganda Women's Network ABRIDGED VERSION OF THE EVALUATION OF THE GoU–IRISH AID JOINT PROGRAMME TO ADDRESS GENDER BASED VIOLENCE IN BUSOGA REGION

  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ii INTRODUCTION 2 WOMEN’S HEALTH–A NATION’S WEALTH 4 WOMEN’S LAND AND PROPERTY RIGHTS 8 WOMEN AND EDUCATION 11 WOMEN’S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT 15 WOMEN, POLITICS AND DECISION MAKING 18

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    Uganda Women's Network UNFINISHED BUSINESS: THE WOMEN’S MANIFESTO 2016 TO 2021

  • Acknowledgment iii Acronyms viii Foreword x A Word from the Executive Director xii Executive Summary xiii Introduction 1 THE NETWORK; A Space for All Women 2 Inspiration for a Uganda Women’s Network 2 Key Events 3 Key Players 5 UWONET’s WORK FROM 1993–2013 8 Women in Governance 9 UWONET Entrenching Women in Leadership 35 Eliminating Violence Against Women 43 Research and Advocacy to End Gender Based Violence 43 Activism to Denounce Violence against Women 46 Public

    March against Domestic Violence 46 Campaign for Justice against Celebrity Rapist 47 Combating Harmful Cultural Practices 48 Tackling Patriarchal Abuse of Women in Leadership 49 Protesting Victim–Blaming at the Italian Embassy–Any abuse of Women anywhere is abuse on all women 51 Fighting Impunity of Intimate Partner Violence 51 Women and Peace Building 53 Broadening the Civil Society Search for Peace 56 Setting Women’s Advocacy Agenda for Peace 58 Appreciating Women’s

    Experiences of Conflict 58 Engaging the Military 61 Documenting Women’s Experiences of Armed Conflict 62 Joining the International UNSCR 1325 Campaign 62 Women’s Peace Coalition Influences the Juba Peace Talks 63 Women’s Land Rights and The Domestic Relations Bill 65 The Campaign for Women’s Land Rights 65 Research and Documentation on Women’s Land Rights 66 Advocacy for a Gender Sensitive Land Law 67 Opposition to the Women’s Lobby 69 Publicizing Women’s Campaign for

    Land Rights 71 Advocacy after the Enactment of the 1998 Land Act 74 A Radical Approach to Demand for Land Rights 75 Lessons Learnt 77 Case Study of Activism and Advocacy for Marriage Law 79 The History of the Marriage and Divorce Bill 80 The Advent of the Domestic Relations Bill (DRB) 82 Advocacy for Tabling of the Domestic Relations Bill in Parliament 83 Opposition to the DRB 86 Back to the Drawing Board 87 Birth of the Marriage and Divorce Bill 89 UWONET Working at District Level

    90 Giving hope to women in post-conflict recovery in northern Uganda 93 Efforts towards ending Gender Based Violence (GBV) 95 The launch of Police form 3 and 3A 97 UWONET Members combat sexual and Gender Based Violence 99 Movement building and continued learning 103 Misinformation on the MAD Bill 108 Male Champions of the MAD Bill Speak Out 113 Conclusion 115 THE FUTURE OF UWONET: Innovating for Collective Influence 116 Selected Photography of UWONET over the years 117 Annex 1:

    List of UWONET’s Coordinators and Board Members 1993 to 2013 122

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    Uganda Women's Network JOURNEY OF PASSION (1993-2013) Two Decades of Advocacy for Gender Equality and Women’s Rights

  • Acknowledgements ii Foreword iii Acronyms v Executive Summary 1 ARTICLE 1: DEFINITION OF DISCRIMINATION 10 ARTICLE 2: OBLIGATION OF THE STATE TO ELIMINATE DISCRIMINATION 12 ARTICLE 3: THE DEVELOPMENT AND ADVANCEMENT OF WOMEN 30 ARTICLE 4: THE ACCELERATION OF EQUALITY BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN 31 ARTICLE 5: STEREOTYPES AND HARMFUL PRACTICES 32 ARTICLE 6: SUPPRESSION OF THE EXPLOITATION OF WOMEN 34 ARTICLE 7: POLITICAL AND PUBLIC LIFE 38 ARTICLE 8: EQUAL PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN AS

    GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES AT THE INTERNATIONAL LEVEL AND IN THE WORK ON INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 47 ARTICLE 9: NATIONALITY 48 ARTICLE 10: EDUCATION 50 ARTICLE 11: EMPLOYMENT 56 ARTICLE 12: RIGHTS OF WOMEN IN HEALTH CARE AND FAMILY PLANNING 60 ARTICLE 13: ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL BENEFITS 69 ARTICLE 15: RURAL WOMEN 73 References 82

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    Uganda Women's Network 8TH ALTERNATIVE REPORT BY CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION ON ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN (CEDAW) IN UGANDA

  • 1.0 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND 1 1.1. Introduction 1 1.2 Background to Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment 1 1.3. General Overview of the Performance of NDPI with regard to GEWE 2 2.0 SECTOR SPECIFIC SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS 4 2.1. Tourism and mining 4 2.2. Education 4 2.3. Health 5 2.4. Agriculture 6 2.5. Oil and Gas, Energy and ICTs 7 2.5.1. Energy sector 8 2.5.2. Gender dimension of ICT 8 3.0 GENDER ISSUES AND PROPOSED INTERVENTIONS IN MINING AND TOURISM, HEALTH, AGRICULTURE,

    EDUCATION AND OIL AND PETROLEUM FOR THE NDP II 9 4.0 OVERALL CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR NDPII 26 ANNEX 1: Employment in and ownership of businesses by industry sector and Sex in 2012 27 References 28

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    Uganda Women's Network A CIVIL SOCIETY GENDER ISSUES’ PAPER TOWARDS THE SECOND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN (II) 2015/16–2019/20

  • Acknowledgment 1 Introduction 2 Women’s Leadership 3 Legal Instruments on Gender Equality, the Media and Elections 3 Understanding, Patriarchy, Sex and Gender 6 Gendered Media Coverage and its Impact on Women Candidates 9 Media Gender Biases 11 Gender Stereotypes to Women’s Leadership 12 Some of the Common Stereotypes in the Media 13 Sexist Media Coverage of Female Politicians 16 Critical “Don’ts” for the Media During Campaigns 22

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    Uganda Women's Network A HANDBOOK FOR THE MEDIA GENDER AND WOMENS PARTICIPATION IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS

  • 1.0 Introduction and Background ----------- 1 2.0 International, Regional and National Legal Frameworks That Informs The Proposed Constitutional Amendments ------------4 3.0 Proposals for Constitutional Amendments From a Gender Perspective -------------6 3.1 Electoral Commission -----------------6 3.2 Civic education ---------------------- 8 3.3 The Electoral System ------------------ 10 3.4 Affirmative Action -------------------12 3.5 Financing political parties --------------21 3.6

    Property rights ----------------------23

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    Uganda Women's Network A POOL OF UGANDAN WOMEN’S VOICES TO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS OF 2014

  • SECTION ONE: INTRODUCTION- 1 SECTION TWO: LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN ELECTORAL PROCESSES - 2 2.1 Introduction - 2 2.2 The International Legal Framework- 2 2.2.1 The Universal Declaration of Human Rights - 2 2.2.2 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights- 3 2.2.3 Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women - 3 2.2.4 Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (1995)- 4 2.2.5 The Millennium Development Goals- 6 2.2.6 United

    Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 of 2000 - 6 2.3 Regional Instruments- 7 2.3.1 Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa - 7 2.3.2 African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance - 8 2.4 Sub–Regional Standards - 9 2.4.1 Treaty for the Establishment of the East African Community 9 2.5 Domestic Framework 10 2.5.1 The Constitution 10 2.5.2 The Local Government Act 11 2.5.3 The Political Parties and Organizations Act

    12 2.5.4 The Equal Opportunities Commission Act 13 2.6 Conclusion 14 SECTION THREE: ASSESSMENT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF POLITICAL PARTY MANIFESTOS WITH REGARD TO INCLUSION AND PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN 15 3.0 Introduction 15 3.1 A survey of commitments made in the 2011 Party Manifestos 15 3.1.1 Political participation 15 3.1.2 Socio–Cultural Inclusion and Empowerment 17 3.1.3 Economic Empowerment 19 3.1.4 Health Rights 23 3.2 An analysis of the extent of implementation of Political Party

    Manifestos 26 3.2.1 Political Participation 27 3.2.2 Socio–Cultural Inclusion and Empowerment - 28 3.2.3 Economic Empowerment- 29 3.2.4 Health Rights- 31 3.3 Conclusion- 32

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    Uganda Women's Network ASSESSING IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMITMENTS BY POLITICAL PARTIES TO THE WOMEN OF UGANDA 2011–2016

  • Contents Acknowledgement ...........................................................................ii Acronyms .............................................................................................iv Pluralism in the women’s movement in Uganda ..............1 Introduction .........................................................................................1 Objectives of the Documentation............................................3 Scope of work

    .....................................................................................3 Methodology .......................................................................................4 Defining Women’s Movement in Uganda .............................4 The story of the Women’s Movement in Uganda .............7 Roots of Pluralism in the Women’s Movement .................9 Pluralism and its Manifestation .................................................11 Key Dimensions of Pluralism

    in the Women’s Movement.............................................................................................16 The Age Factor ....................................................................................16 The Family and Pluralism ..............................................................17 Women’s Sexuality ...........................................................................18 Socialisation and the Education System ..............................19 Political

    Participation ....................................................................20 Conclusion: .........................................................................................22 Strategies to Manage Pluralism in the Women’s Movement.............................................................................................22 References ..........................................................................................24 Respondents

    .......................................................................................25

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    Uganda Women's Network DOCUMENTATION OF PLURALISM WITHIN THE WOMEN’S MOVEMENT IN UGANDA REECHOING VOICES OF WOMEN ACTIVISTS

  • INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND 3 WIDOW LOSES LAND OWNERSHIP AMIDST SUCCESSFUL LC3 MEDIATION COMMITTEE DECISION 4 A WIDOW IS DENIED HER PROPERTY BECAUSE SHE SAYS NO TO WIDOW INHERITANCE 6 RAPED BY HER LATE HUSBAND’S BROTHER AND INFECTED WITH HIV 8 A WIDOW’S SALE AGREEMENT DID NOT PROTECT HER LAND. 9 COULD JUSTICE HAVE BEEN ACHIEVED! ONE MAY WONDER!!!! 10 CONCLUSION

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    Uganda Women's Network DOCUMENTATION OF STORIES WOMEN’S LAND AND PROPERTY RIGHTS_ THE PLIGHT OF WIDOWS IN LAMWO, KOTIDO AND KABONG DISTRICTS IN ACHOLI AND KARAMOJA REGIONS

  • CHAPTER ONE: VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS 1 1.2 Legal and Policy Framework on Addressing VAW/G ----1 1.3 International Conventions and Policies on VAW/G -----1 1.4 Regional Laws and Policies on VAW/G --------------4 1.5 National Laws addressing VAW/G -----------------4 1.6 Defining Violence Against Women and Girls ---------5 Forms of VAW/G ------------------------------6 Who are most vulnerable to VAW/G ---------------8 Perpetrators of VAW/G -------------------------9 Where does

    VAW/G occur ----------------------- 9 Causes of VAW/G -----------------------------9 Risk Factors of VAW/G -------------------------- 10 Protective Factors from VAW/G ------------------- 11 Consequences of VAW/G ------------------------ 12 1.3. VAW/G Duty Bearers --------------------------- 13 1.3.1 Psychosocial support -------------------------- 13 1.3.2 Free Legal advice/aid -------------------------- 14 1.4 Roles of Duty Bearers and Formal Mechanisms for Addressing VAW/G

    ---------------------------- 15 1.4.1. Local Council officials and Local Council Courts ------- 15 1.4.2. Roles of Local Council Official(s) in addressing VAW/G -- 15 1.4.3. Roles of Local Council Courts (LCCs) in addressing VAW/G 16 1.5 Police Officials- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 17 1.5.1. Roles of a Police Officer in addressing VAW/G -------- 17 1.5.2. Medical/Health Officers ------------------------ 18 1.5.3. Roles of health officers in addressing

    VAW/G --------- 18 1.6 Courts of Law -------------------------------- 18 1.6.1. Roles of Magistrates Courts in addressing VAW/G ------ 19 1.7 Community Development Officers ---------------- 19 1.7.1 Probation and Social Welfare Office ---------------- 20 1.8 Roles of Duty Bearers and Informal Mechanisms for Addressing VAW/G -------------------------- 20 1.8.1 Traditional/Cultural Leaders ---------------------- 21 1.8.2 Role of Traditional/ Cultural leaders in addressing VAW/G 21 1.8.3.

    Religious Leaders and other support groups --------- 22 1.8.4 Role of Religious Leaders in addressing VAW/G ------- 22 CHAPTER TWO: DUTY BEARERS IN ADVANCING WOMEN’S LAND JUSTICE 24 2.1 Women’s Land Rights -------------------------- 24 2.2 Provisions on women’s property/land rights --------- 25 2.3 Protecting Women’s Property/Land Rights ---------- 27 2.4 Children’s Land Rights -------------------------- 27 2.5 Duty Bearers and Formal Mechanisms for advancing women’s land

    justice -------------------------- 28 2.5.1 Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development (MLHUD) ------------------------- 28 2.5.2 Ministry Zonal Offices -------------------------- 28 2.5.3 Uganda Land Commission (ULC) ------------------ 28 2.5.4 District Land Board (DLB) ----------------------- 29 2.5.5 District Land Office (DLO) ----------------------- 30 2.5.6 District Council (DC) --------------------------- 30 CHAPTER THREE: DUTY BEARERS AND INFORMAL MECHANISMS FOR ENFORCING

    WOMEN’S LAND JUSTICE 34 3.1 Traditional and Cultural Institution in Northern and North Eastern Uganda ----------------------34 Ker Kwaro Acholi ------------------------------ 34 Lango Cultural Foundation ---------------------- 35 Functions of the Lango Cultural Foundation include to; - 35 Land Ownership and management in Karamoja sub-region ---------------------------------- 36 3.2 The role of traditional/cultural leaders in advancing women’s land rights ---------------------------

    38 3.3 Mediator as Duty Bearer in advancing Women’s Land Rights --------------------------------- 38 REFERENCES 40

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    Uganda Womens Network DUTY BEARERS HANDBOOK ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN GIRLS AND WOMEN’S LAND RIGHTS

  • Acknowledgement ii Introduction iv Enhancing women’s participation in social accountability processes 1 Stories of change 5 Responsiveness of duty bearers; 8 Vibrant district women networks spearheading advocacy for gender responsive planning, budgeting and monitoring public expenditure; 10 Lessons in social accountability work and using different methods 14 Pre–conditions for social accountability 15 Why Social accountability? 16 Change never easy, Change a

    gradual process;Challenges and Limitations 17

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    Uganda Women's Network ENHANCING WOMEN’S PARTICIPATION IN SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY PROCESSES

  • Table of Contents Acknowledgement - ----------------------------------------------ii Preface - ----------------------------------------------------- iii Abbreviations -------------------------------------------------- vi Structure of the Manual ------------------------------------------- 1 MODULE 1:UNDERSTANDING GENDER AND LEADERSHIP 2 Session 1: Distinction between Gender and Sex ------------------------- 2 Session 2: Gender Concepts and Perspectives --------------------------

    3 Session 3: Women’s Leadership ------------------------------------- 5 MODULE 2: ADDRESSING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN/GIRLS (VAW/G) 8 Session 1: Demystifying Violence Against Women/Girls -------------------- 8 Session 2: Legal and Policy Framework on VAW/G- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 13 Session 3: The Referral Pathway- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 15 MODULE 3: ADVANCING WOMEN’S LAND RIGHTS 19 Session 1: Legal and Policy

    Framework governing Land -------------------- 19 Session 2: The Land Tenure Systems in Uganda ------------------------- 22 Session 3: Land Transactions -------------------------------------- 25 Session 4: Land Administration and Management Institutions ---------------- 27 Session 5: Women’s Property Rights in marriage, separation, divorce and inheritance ------------------------------------------- 31 Session 6: Formal and Informal Dispute Resolution Mechanisms for enforcing

    ----- Women’s Land Justice ------------------------------------------- 34 MODULE 4: ADVOCACY 36 Session 1: Definition and Dimensions of Advocacy -------------------------- 36 Session 2: Points to consider before Doing Advocacy ------------------------ 37 Session 3: An Advocacy Strategy that Works for Grassroots Women -------------- 40 MODULE 5: PUBLIC SPEAKING, PRESENTATION SKILLS AND EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 53 Session 1: Key Features of Public Speaking -------------------------------

    53 Session 2: Effective Presentation and Communication ------------------------ 57

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    Uganda Women's Network FOSTERING LOCAL ACTIVISM AND WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP ADDRESSING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMENGIRLS (VAWG) AND ADVANCING WOMEN’S LAND RIGHTS IN NORTHERN AND NORTH EASTERN UGANDA

  • Foreword ii List of Abbreviations iv Executive Summary v Background 1 1.0 Introduction 1 1.1 Our Vision 2 1.2 Our Mission 2 1.3 UWONET Objectives 2 1.4 UWONET Core Values 2 1.5 High of achievements for the strategic period 2009–2013 2 2.0 Conceptual framework of the strategy 5 3.0 Contextual Analysis 7 3.1 Legal, policy and institutional factors 7 3.2 Women’s participation in politics in Uganda 7 3.3 Women’s Social indicators 8 3.4 Women and economic empowerment 9 3.5

    Women’s demographic trends 9 3.6 Women’s participation in natural resources management and control 10 3.7 Women’s participation in peace–building 10 3.8 The growth of the women’s movement 11 3.9 The Civil Society–Government Relations 11 4.0 THE STRATEGY 2014–2018: An overview 12 4.1 UWONET’s Theory of Change 12 4.2 Overall Goal of the Strategy 12 4.3 The Intermediate Objective of this strategy 12 4.4 Overall organizational strategies 12 THEMATIC AREA ONE: Women’s

    Leadership and Democratic Governance 16 THEMATIC AREA TWO: Women’s Rights and Access To Justice 28 THEMATIC AREA THREE: Women’s Economic Justice and Empowerment 36 THEMATIC AREA FOUR: Institutional Development and Organizational Strengthening 50 STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION PLAN (SIP) 55 Governance, Management and Implementation of the plan 58 Network’s Sustainability 59 Appendix 1: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) 60 Appendix 2: Risk Analysis 61 Appendix 3: The

    Logical Framework 62

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    Uganda Women's Network UWONET ORGANISATIONAL STRATEGY 2014–2018

  • Table of Contents THEMATIC AREAS Thematic Area 1: Women’s Leadership and Democratic Governance 2 1.1 Influencing Gender responsive reforms for increased women’s participation in governance 3 1.1.1. Compilation of a gender responsive constitutional reform compact and engagement with Parliamentarians 3 1.1.2. Development of the Women’s Manifesto 2016-2021 4 1.1.3. Observation of the build-up electoral processes and engagement on reforms 7 1.2 Building capacity of women

    leaders to participate in leadership and advance gender equality 10 1.2.1. Building capacity of women candidates for the 2016 elections 10 1.2.2. Fostering spaces for reflection and shared learning among women leaders 12 1.2.3 Mentorship and young people’s initiative 13 1.3 Nurturing civil society alliances for greater influence in democratic governance 16 1.3.1. Gender and Institutional Leadership 17 Thematic Area 2: Women’s Rights and Access to Justice 18 2.1 Advocacy for the

    Implementation, Reform and Enactment of Gender Responsive Laws 20 2.1.1. Advocacy on the Marriage and Divorce Bill for a fair and just family law 20 2.1.2 Advocacy for the full implementation of the National Land Policy and Land Laws 22 2.2 The Constitutional Review Process 24 2.2.1 Gender Analysis of the National Development Plan. 25 2.3 Advocacy and social movement building for the Elimination of GBV/VAW/G 26 2.3.1 Male Involvement, an approach to reducing social tolerance to GBV

    27 2.3.2 Financing and prioritisation of GBV/VAW/G and SRHR 28 2.4. Working with district women’s networks towards GBV prevention and response 29 2.4.1 Working with district women caucuses 29 2.4.2 Women caucus influence resourcing for GBV prevention and response. 29 2.4.3 Financing and prioritisation of SRHR. 30 2.4.4 Strengthening Case Management to ensure effective service delivery for GBV Survivors 31 2.4.5. Using the shelter approach to improve access to justice for women and

    girls. 32 2.5 Support to a holistic GBV service delivery mechanism Namutumba and Kamuli districts GBV shelters. 33 2.5.1. Lessons UWONET has Learnt from running GBV shelters in Busoga: 38 2.5.2. A Gender and Justice study 39 THEMATIC AREA 3: WOMEN’S ECONOMIC JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT 40 3.1 Economic research 41 3.1.1 Study on women’s participation in trade 41 3.2 Advocacy for Women’s access, ownership and control of economic resources 43 3.2.1 Capacity building on economic

    literacy 43 3.3 Capacity building on economic empowerment aspects 43 3.4 Learning opportunity for women networks 45 3.5 District open day impact assessment fora 47 3.6 Advocacy for equitable national resource allocation for improved service delivery 47 3.6.1 Baseline survey 48 3.6.2 Capacity building sessions for CSOS and youth group 48 3.6.3 Community outreaches 49 3.6.4 Community monitoring of service delivery and community dialogue platforms 50 3.6.5 National strategic policy

    engagement 51 3.6.6 District sector coordination meetings 53 3.7 Advocacy for Recognition, Reduction and Redistribution of unpaid care work; the WE–CARE initiative 53 THEMATIC AREA 4: INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND ORGANISATIONAL STRENGTHENING 56 4.1 Develop, Implement and Sustain Policies and Mechanisms for Institutional Governance 56 UWONET Board induction 56 Quarterly Board and Board committee meetings 57 Bi–annual programme reflection 57 CSO Platforms for Revisiting the

    Women’s Movement in Uganda 57 4.2 Documentation and Visibility of the Network’s Interventions 58 Launch of “A Journey of Passion” 59 KEY CHALLENGES, LESSONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 60 Financial Statement 62 UWONET District Partners 67 Brief Profile Of UWONET Members 68 2015 PUBLICATIONS 76

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    Uganda Women's Network UWONET ANNUAL REPORT 2015

  • Women's Democracy Group A POOL OF UGANDAN WOMEN’S VOICES TO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS OF 2014

    1.0 Introduction and Background ----------- 1 2.0 International, Regional and National Legal Frameworks That Informs The Proposed Constitutional Amendments ------------4 3.0 Proposals for Constitutional Amendments From a Gender Perspective -------------6 3.1 Electoral Commission -----------------6 3.2 Civic education ---------------------- 8 3.3 The Electoral System ------------------ 10 3.4 Affirmative Action -------------------12 3.5 Financing political parties --------------21 3.6

    Property rights ----------------------23

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    Women's Democracy Group A POOL OF UGANDAN WOMEN’S VOICES TO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS OF 2014

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