Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; PREFACE; INTRODUCTION; SECTION ONE
CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY AND PRACTICE; CHAPTER ONE
THE THEORY AND PRINCIPLES OF CONSTITUTIONALISM AND THE RULE OF LAW: SEPARATION OF POWERS; 1.1 CUSTOMARY AND COLONIAL BACKGROUND; CHAPTER TWO
THE MAKING AND NATURE OF THE
1995 UGANDA CONSTITUTION; 2.1 THE SALIENT FEATURES OF THE
1995 CONSTITUTION; CHAPTER THREE
THE JUDICIARY AND ITS CHALLENGES: JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY; 3.1 THE FUNCTION OF THE JUDICIARY; 3.2 JUDICIAL ACTIVISM.
3.3 can uganda judges engage in judicial activism to uphold and protect human rights?3.4 protection of human rights by judges; 3.5 judicial responses to violation of human rights in uganda; 3.6 executive, political and military assault on the judiciary; 3.7 accountability in the judiciary; 3.8 judicial balancing act; 3.9 an ideal judiciary; chapter four
the exercise of executive power; 4.1 tolerance in the exercise of executive power; 4.2 what went wrong?; section two
human rights; chapter five
human rights: know them, demand them, defend them.
5.1 ENFORCEMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEVELOPMENT5.2 HUMAN AND PEOPLES' RIGHTS; 5.3 THE IMPACT OF FOREIGN AID; 5.4 KNOWLEDGE AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS; CHAPTER SIX
THE RIGHT TO HEALTH WITH REFERENCE TO HIV/AIDS; 6.1 DEFINITION OF THE RIGHT TO HEALTH; 6.2 MISCONCEPTION ABOUT THE RIGHT TO HEALTH; 6.3 HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC IN UGANDA; 6.3.1 Introduction; 6.4 THE UGANDA OPEN POLICY EXPERIENCE; 6.5 LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS; 6.6 DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT; 6.7 THE HIV/AIDS TEST; 6.8 THE CD4 COUNT; CHAPTER SEVEN
THE DEATH PENALTY DEBATE IN UGANDA; 7.1 INTRODUCTION.
7.2 constitutional licencesection three
governance and development; chapter eight
weaknesses, frustrations and failures of political parties in uganda; chapter nine
corruption; 9.1 public perception of corruption; 9.2 corruption in the electoral process; 9.3 inability to act on corruption; 9.4 difficulties in identifying the corrupt; 9.5 corruption in the judiciary; 9.6 professionals and corruption; 9.7 the legal profession; 9.8 corruption in other professions; 9.9 fighting corruption; 9.10 the major weapon against corruption is circumstantial evidence.
9.11 STRENGTHENING THE RESOLVE AGAINST CORRUPTIONCHAPTER TEN
OBSTACLES TO AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT; 10.1 THE WISDOM OF AFRICA; 10.2 THE OBSTACLES; 10.3 THE DEPENDENCY SYNDROME; 10.4 IMPACT OF FOREIGN AID, ADVISERS AND PLANNERS ON AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT; 10.5 AFRICAN WEAKNESSES IN NEGOTIATING CONTRACTS; 10.6 CONSEQUENCES OF FAILURE; Back cover.