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Challenges

 

CHALLENGES

As the program is still gaining traction in Uganda, we faced a challenge of getting partners and funding to run the event, however, we were able  to limit some activities and programs so as to accommodate the limited funding. This affected the level of par-ticipation as several participants could not be accommodated.

Few teams participated compared to the big number of universities in Uganda

As the program is still gaining traction in Uganda, we faced a challenge of getting partners and funding to run the event, however, we were able  to limit some activities and programs so as to accommodate the limited funding. This affected the level of par-

ticipation as several participants could not be accommodated.

  • Few teams participated compared to the big number of universities inUganda.

 

RECOMMENDATION

More awareness should be done to partners with interests in the programs of ILSA as well as interested participants so as to enable the program gain traction as it advances rule of law, human rights and international law.

 

CONCLUSION

In a nutshell, the two activities; the International law fellowship and Philip C. Jessup Moot Uganda National rounds were a success registering achievements such as the most suc- cessful Uganda Jessup National rounds, having our National Administrator selected to be part of the prestigious panel of Judges in Washington DC where he joins experts in international law and human rights such as justices from the International Court of Justice (ICJ), professors and practitioners of international law. We as the International law students Association wish the winning team all the best and pray that they emerge as victors in the final rounds in Washington DC. We also believe that we achieved our objectives for the program and look forward to other programs of ILSA. We hope to see an even greater participation for the other upcoming ILSA programs and make it an equally greater experience to everyone associated with the programs right from the sponsors to the volunteers.