Protecting the Female Child from Sexual Abuse in Northern Uganda
The paper highlights the humanitarian crises aftermath of the LRA war in Northern Uganda. The paper identifies general insecurity in the region as the main factor contributing to the unchecked human rights abuses characterised by violent crimes, internal disorder, abductions, killing, rape and most especially child sexual abuse. The paper suggests a tightening of the legal protection regime to safeguard the life and health of the female child.
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The International Journal of Learning, Volume 17, Issue 3, pp.609-620.
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Faculty of Law, Kampala International University, Kampala, Kampala, Uganda
Lecturer in Law at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels since March, 1989 at reputable universities in Nigeria and Uganda. Teaches and supervises research students in Conflict Management. Researcher with numerous research papers in education law. Obtained the LL.B. degree in 1985, LL.M.in 1989, M.Phil in 2002, Ph.D. in 2007. Was Ag. Head, Dept. of Public Law, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria,(1996-1998); Ag. Head, Dept. of Business Law, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, (1998-2000); Associate-Dean (Academics) Faculty of Law, Kampala International University, Kampala, Uganda, (2007-2008). Currently teaching at Kampala International University, Kampala, Uganda.
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