The Centre for Applied Legal Research (CALR) is an independent research institute that empowers people, organizations and governments with sound and evidence-based legal and policy solutions and services that enhance development.
A joint initiative being implemented by CALR in collaboration with the Ministry of Justice Legal and Parliamentary Affairs (MoJLPA).
The programe seeks to contribute to participating institutions being better equipped to contribute to reforms and related initiatives.
Access to Information
This initiative aims to build capacities among communities on the use of the right of access to information.
and Capacity Building
Teaching and capacity development entails the development of individuals, groups and institutions for self-sustained legal learning.
The Second Edition of the Inter-Ministerial Taskforce on Alignment of Legislation to the Constitution (IMT) Newsletter is now available. This Edition aims to provide information to the public on the work of the IMT in aligning laws to the constitution. The Newsletter also provides an update on some key activities that the IMT is involved in. […]
The collaboration between the Raoul Wallenberg Institute and the Centre for Applied Legal Research (CALR), on Friday saw the first group of participants graduating in the Professional Human Rights Training.