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CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR A CONSULTANT TO CONDUCT A BASELINE SURVEY TO ESTABLISH THE STATUS OF THE TEACHING OF FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION ACROSS DISCIPLINES IN UNIVERSITIES IN UGANDA.

The East African Network of University Law Clinic (EANULAC) is a network comprised of University Law Faculties, Colleges, Schools, Departments, accredited to offer law programmes in East Africa. The vision of the Network is a source of excellence for instilling civic responsiveness among law teachers, students and graduates and the promotion of public interest lawyering in East Africa and its mission is to instill civic responsiveness and Public Interest Lawyering among law teachers, students and graduates through clinical methods of teaching, research, legal education, public interest litigation, advocacy and networking.

The network with the support of the American Bar Association is implementing a project titled, “Freedom of Expression in East Africa.” The main goal of the project is to; instill civic responsiveness among law teachers, students and graduates on freedom of expression in East Africa. The objective of the project is to engage law schools in East Africa with a focus on Tanzania and Uganda on several capacity building initiatives to enable partners to better provide legal services and protection for persons at risk, as well as more effectively litigate and advocate for relevant legal and policy reforms in the area of freedom of expression. One of the activities in this project is to develop an Integrated University Curriculum on Freedom of Expression in Uganda.

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