Freedom of association and Uganda's new labour laws: a critical analysis of the state of workers' organisational rights
John-Jean B. Barya, Human Rights & Peace Centre (Kampala, Uganda), Makerere University. Human Rights and Peace Centre
Human Rights & Peace Centre, 2007 - Law - 37 pages
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POLITICAL CONTEXT UGANDAS ECONOMIC POLICIES AND THE LAW
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
affiliate AFL-CIO AGOA Arbitration and Settlement Article association for workers Barya basic casual labour casualisation of labour CBR Working Paper challenges collective bargaining compensation constitutional and legal contract deregulation Employment Act enforcement Eradication Action Plan freedom of association globalization government economic policy Government of Uganda guarantees human rights ICESCR ILO Conventions ILO standards implementation Industrial Court instance International Labour Organization join trade unions Kampala Labour Commissioner Labour Disputes Arbitration Labour Law Review labour movement Labour Officers labour rights Labour Unions Act major Makerere University Ministry of Finance Muneku Museveni neoliberal economic policies NEPAD non-recognition NOTU NYTIL Ogaram Okuku organize particular PEAP political Poverty Eradication Action problems public sector public service regime relevant right to organise right to strike rights in Uganda rights of workers Section specifically struggles Swepston tripartite Tristar Uganda's 1995 Constitution Ugandan workers union recognition Unions Act 2006 Valticos wage workers and employers workplace