The Refugee Law Project of the School of Law, Makere University in Kampala, Uganda is an organization that seeks to ensure fundamental human rights for all asylum seekers, refugees, and internally displaced persons within Uganda. The organization envisions a country that treats all people within its borders with the same standards of respect and social justice. The organization has implemented social exclusion trainings to address issues of ethnicity, religion, gender, and sexuality. This video is a conglomeration of interviews of the Refugee Law Project's staff regarding the trainings, their experiences of social exclusion, and the importance of human rights for all.

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The Refugee Law Project of the School of Law, Makere University in Kampala, Uganda is an organization that seeks to ensure fundamental human rights for all asylum seekers, refugees, and internally displaced persons within Uganda. The organization envisions a country that treats all people within its borders with the same standards of respect and social justice. The organization has implemented social exclusion trainings to address issues of ethnicity, religion, gender, and sexuality. This video is a conglomeration of interviews of the Refugee Law Project's staff regarding the trainings, their experiences of social exclusion, and the importance of human rights for all.

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