June 7, 2020
June 7, 2020

Legal framework Governing the media and its implementation.



A consortium of organizations including the centre for public interest law ,human rights network for journalists and the eastern Africa media institute Uganda chapter have today partnered for the second time to continue working towards the bringing into place the legal framework governing the media and its implementation.

Addressing the media in Kampala, haruna kanaabi the coordinator of the eastern Africa media institute Uganda, this partnership will support the media in areas that restrict the freedom of the media in uganda.

Kanaabi also outlined some issues that they are willing to tackle including the regulatory environment, freedom of expression, the operating environment of journalists among others thus appealing to all media houses to come out and work together for a common objective.

On the same note Robert ssempala the executive director for human rights network for journalist has also implored media houses to come out boldly to fight for their  rights and those of their employees to ensure that media freedom is not violated.

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