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About us

Human Rights Research Documentation Centre (HURIC) is an indigenous, non-profit, research documentation and advocacy organisation promoting Human Rights research, implementation and reform approaches in a bid to ensure regional responsiveness to respective community Human Right’s needs.

Huric was founded in 2012 and legally registered in 2014 under the laws of Uganda and also as per the specific requirements of the laws of Uganda.  

It was formed to contribute towards ensuring The elimination of social injustices that mostly culminate into Human Rights abuses in the region and that research tools, laws and policies are used as principal tools for the promotion and protection of Human Rights in the region especially Uganda.

Our work

Huric-Uganda was formed to contribute towards ensuring The elimination of social injustices that mostly culminate into Human Rights abuses in the region and that research tools, laws and policies are used as principal tools for the promotion and protection of Human Rights in the region especially Uganda. HURIC realizes this through a set of programs that include:

Mission
Research & Documentation
Advocacy
Public Interest Litigation
Community participation

To a society in which human rights form the foundation of all decisions and interventions affecting the health and well being of people.

To protect the well being of people of Uganda by amplifying their voices in the decisions that affect them through empowerment, research and advocacy for a human based approach to health and its broader determinants.

Member Spotlight: Denis Bukenya

DENIS BUKENYA In the first instalment of our new series “Member Spotlight” we highlight the work of Denis Bukenya from the Human Rights Research Documentation Center (HURIC) and People’s Health Movement and member of the Health Workers for All Coalition Steering Committee.

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