This page lists the currently available opportunities at RLP; We have an active anti-discrimination policy. Women, Persons With Disability, Refugees and other minorities (e.g. religious, political, national, ethnic, members of particular social groups, etc.) are encouraged to apply.


What is the Great Lakes Youth Programme?

The Great Lakes Youth programme aims to provide young men and women, aged between 18 and 30 years old, with knowledge and competencies that will allow them to play an effective role in governance, peace consolidation, and development processes at the local, national, and regional levels. It provides them with support in designing and implementing peace-oriented actions that generate/strengthen a shared sense of regional citizenship. It also gives them access to a cross-border network that allows them to access decision-makers to share their ideas as well as influence decisions for peace and cohesion between the Great Lakes peoples. The programme also uses awareness-raising, intercultural and intergenerational dialogue, and advocacy to challenge cultural, ageist and gender norms that limit the ability of young men and women to engage effectively in civic, political and peace processes in the Great Lakes region.

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Deadline: Send your application no later than May 16, 2022, at 23:59.


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A Brief History Of Refugee Law Project @20

What does it mean for Refugee Law Project, as a community outreach project of the School of Law, Makerere University, to survive and flourish for two decades in Uganda, currently host to the third largest refugee population in the world?

Our Non-Discrimination Policy

Our Non-Discrimination PolicyThis policy was arrived at after an intensive and comprehensive workshop on political, economic and social exclusion attended by all the staff at Refugee Law Project. Download the poster
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Plot 7&6 Coronation Road, Old Kampala, Kamplala (Opp. Old Kampala Primary School)


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