REALIZING WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN UGANDA A documentary film by Brian Badgley, Corinne Reed, Ly Nguyen, and Daniel Oxenkrug
Women, Film and the Law, 2012
REALIZING WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN UGANDA highlights grassroots practitioners of women's rights in Uganda and the challenges they face in implementation.
This production is the result of filming daring and innovative women attorneys as they attempt to enact grassroots change. These remarkable women focuses on the implementation of domestic laws and international obligations that track human rights norms, which included the Domestic Violence Act, Trafficking in Persons Act, and UN Security Council Resolution 1325. Information for how you can become more involved is provided in the credits of the film.
Insight into the challenges facing duty-bearers in implementing women's right legislation is provided by Dorah Caroline Mafabi, Country Director of the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative program (ABA ROLI) in Uganda, Lina Zedriga, Director of Regional Associates for Community Initiatives (RACI) and Imela Prossy, Executive Director of Action Against Violence – Uganda (AAV – U).