Our Mandate

To strengthen coordination and networking of LASPs, harmonisation and standardisation of legal aid service provision by the different service providers, lobbying and advocacy to facilitate a favourable legal and policy environment.

LASPNET GETS A BOOST OF 4 NEW PROGRAMME STAFF

LASPNET is pleased to introduce to you four new members of staff who bring with them a wealth of experience to boost our efforts in ensuring access to justice for the most poor and vulnerable. The incoming staff are filling in the positions of Director Programmes, Monitoring and Evaluation as well as Networking and Partnership Officer which fell vacant in the course of the year 2019.

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LASPNET releases July to Dec 2019 Newsletter

The newsletter highlights activities carried out between the period July to December 2019 that among others include, LASPNET@15 ACTIVITIES, JUSTICE SYSTEM ACTORS CONVENED TO DISCUSS CORRUPTION & ITS IMPACT ON A2J, 10TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING etc.

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PRESS STATEMENT CONDEMNING THE CRUEL, INHUMAN AND DEGRADING TREATMENT OF MS. NAMATA ANNETTE ‘NANA MWARIFIKA’ BY THE POLICE.

(Mengo-Kampala 12th-July-2019) The Legal Aid Service Provider’s Network (LASPNET), is concerned about the events of brutal assault that were meted out to human rights activist Ms. Nana Mwarifika in for the past months.

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REFLECTION MEETING FOR THE RESEARCH JOURNEY ON A2J, RULE OF LAW AND SECURITY NEEDS FOR REFUGEES AND HOST COMMUNITIES IN ARUA AND ISINGIRO DISTRICTS

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in pursuit of strengthening the nexus between the development and humanitarian support to refugees and host communities commissioned a study in July 2018 on Rule of Law, Access to Justice and Security needs of refugees and Host Communities in Arua and Isingiro districts.

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PRESS STATEMENT ON ALLEGATIONS OF GRAFT IN THE CIVIL SOCIETY SECTOR

(Mengo, Kampala) The Legal Aid Service Provider’s Network (LASPNET), an organization composed of 54 non-state legal aid service providers in Uganda is extremely concerned about the recent wave of allegations of corruption and accountability challenges facing the Civil Society Sector, which have featured in the media in the past few weeks.

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