Is mediation programme backfiring on the judiciary? Part II

The Judiciary in Uganda has been encouraging mediation as cheaper and quicker alternative to dispute resolution. However, as DERRICK KIYONGA, explains in the last of this two-part series, contempt of court is undermining the effort.

The article, titled How contempt has undermined mediation programme in the Judiciary. was published in The Observer on 6 May 2016, with funding from ACME’s Enhanced Media Reporting for Transparency and Accountability (EMERTA) programme.

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