AN ANALYSIS OF THE LAW PROTECTING STREET CHILDREN IN UGANDA A CASE STUDY- KAMPALA METROPOLITAN AUTHORITY

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION ............................................................................................. ii

APPROVAL .................................................................................................. iii

DEDICATION ................................................................................................ iv

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT .................................................................................. v

TABLE OF CONTENTS .................................................................................. vi

ABSTRACT ................................................................................................... ix

CHAPTER ONE ............................................................................................. 1

INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY .................................................................. 1

1.0 INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................... 1

1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY .............................................................. 2

1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM ............................................................ 5

1.3 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY ...................................................................... 7

1.4 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: ......................................................................... 7

1.5 SCOPE OF THE STUDY .......................................................................... 7

1.6 JUSTIFICATION FOR THE STUDY .......................................................... 8

1.7 SIGNFICANCE OF THE STUDY ............................................................... 8

CHAPTER TWO .......................................................................................... 10

LITERATURE REVIEW ................................................................................ 10

2.0 Introduction ......................................................................................... 10

2. 1 Academic Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

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CHAPTER THREE ....................................................................................... 19

LEGAL FRAMEWORK ................................................................................. 19

3.0 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................... 19

3.1 LEGAL FRAMEWORK. .......................................................................... 19

3.2 LAWS AND POLICIES FOR THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN .............. 20

3.3 DOMESTIC LEGISLATION .................................................................... 20

3.4 INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STANDARDS .................................................. 24

CHAPTER FOUR ......................................................................................... 35

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY, PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF THE

FINDINGS ON THE OBJECTIVES ............................................................... 35

4.0 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................... 35

4.1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY ............................................................... 35

4.2.2 Research design ........................................................................... 35

4.2.3 Area of study ............................................................................... 36

4.2.4 Research instruments .................................................................. 36

4.2.5 Documentary Study ..................................................................... 36

4.2.6 Online Research ........................................................................... 36

4.2.7 Data analysis ............................................................................... 37

4.2.8 Research procedure ..................................................................... 37

4.2.9 Limitations .................................................................................. 37

4.2.10 Chapterization ........................................................................... 38

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CHAPTER FIVE .......................................................................................... 40

RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION ................................................. 40

5.1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................... 40

5.1 KEY RECOMMENDATIONS ................................................................... 41

BIBLIOGRAPHY .......................................................................................... 46

ABSTRACT This research thesis is intended to analyze the law protecting children rights, particularly in relation to street children in Kampala. The historical genesis and development of the children's rights provisions will generally be reviewed under legal framework, but much emphasis will be on the post independence period, specifically from 1990 up to date. The Research will be geographically centered on Kampala metropolitan area as a case study, the rationale being that the said city is attended by a very high population of street children. This state of affairs, as the study will show, has, almost inevitably brought with it gross abuse of the said children's rights (expressed in the different Conventions and domestic legislations). The research will therefore focus on analyzing the day to day conditions of this category of children vis a visthe different laws purporting to cater for their welfare. Finally, the role of stakeholders such as government institutions and non government organizations in promoting and protecting children's rights and to what extent they have discharged the same will equally form part of this analysis.

AN ANALYSIS OF THE LAW PROTECTING STREET CHILDREN IN UGANDA A CASE STUDY- KAMPALA METROPOLITAN AUTHORITY
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