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vii, 192 pages ; 23 cm
  • The rise of the anti/LGBT crusaders
  • Myth of a Ugandan sexuality and gender identity
  • Legislating and policing morality over the years
  • The Uganda church and homosexuality
  • The General's impunity and the politicization of sexuality
  • From the closet to a Kuchu identity
  • Unraveling of the anti-homosexuality law.
In 1999, General Museveni, Uganda's autocratic leader, ordered police to arrest homosexuals for engaging in behavior he characterized as ""un-African"" and against Biblical teaching. A state-sanctioned campaign of harassment of LGBT people followed. With the approval of sections of Uganda's clergy (and the support of U.S. evangelicals) harsh morality laws were passed against pornography and homosexual acts.The former disproportionately affected urban women, curtailing their freedoms. The latter - known as the ""kill the gays bill"" - called for life imprisonment or capital punishment for homosexuals. The author weaves together a series of vignettes and anecdotes that trace the development of Uganda's morality laws against a backdrop of Machiavellian politics, religious fundamentalism and the human rights struggle of LGBT Ugandans.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781476670683 20180205
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ii, 26 pages ; 26 cm.
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iv, 53 pages ; 23 cm
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iii, 17 pages : color illustrations ; 15 cm x 21 cm
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109 pages ; 23 cm.
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viii, 188 pages ; 20 cm
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xix, 52 pages ; 25 cm
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x, 38 pages ; 25 cm
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27 pages : illustrations are in colour ; 21 cm
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18 pages ; 25 cm
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xvii, 245 pages ; 21 cm
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228 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm
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73 pages ; 23 cm.
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59 pages ; 14 cm
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vi, 76 pages ; 21 cm
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xii, 70 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm
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vi, 62 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
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iii, 36 pages ; 26 cm.
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400 pages ; 21 cm.
  • Preface / Benjamin J. Odoki
  • Editors' introduction
  • Ethics : the heart and soul of the legal profession / James Munange Ogoola
  • Duties of the Ugandan advocate / Winifred Tarinyeba Kiryabwire
  • The advocate-client relationship in Uganda / D. Brian Dennison and Winifred Tarinyeba Kiryabwire
  • Confidentiality and privilege in the Ugandan legal profession / Patson Wilbroad Arinaitwe
  • Advocates and money in Uganda / Samuel Kiriaghe
  • Admission to legal practice, the unauthorised practice of law and legal specialisation in Uganda / D. Brian Dennison
  • Communications and marketing by advocates in Uganda / Hope Atuhairwe
  • Ethics in alternative dispute resolution in Uganda / Sarah Taboswa Chemonges
  • Access to justice and pro bono legal services in Uganda / Anthony Conrad K. Kakooza
  • Judicial ethics : theory and practice / Mike J. Chibita
  • Discipline and whistle-blowing in Uganda / Tibaijuka Kyozaire Ateenyi
  • Postscript: The future of legal ethics in Uganda / Pamela Tibihikirra-Kalyegira
  • Appendix A: The advocates (professional conduct) regulations
  • Appendix B: Uganda Code of Judicial Conduct
  • Appendix C: Selected case annotations from the Disciplinary Committee of Law Council / George W.K.L. Kasozi.
"Legal ethics and professionalism are at the core of legal practice. Advocates must know the requirements of the profession. In addition, being an ethical and professional advocate is about more than following rules. The ethical path a lawyer chooses defines their career and identity. This book is written with both the law student and the legal practitioner in mind. It offers a series of topical chapters addressing matters essential to professional advocacy. Topics range from the advocate-client relationship to judicial ethics. The contributing authors come from all walks of legal life."-- Back cover.
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iv, 28 pages ; 21 cm
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