The Public Interest law Clinic (PILAC) as part of its wider vision of producing a new cadre of lawyers skilled in public interest lawyering and committed to serving the justice needs of the vulnerable identified the topic of corruption and good governance as topical and relevant given the current corruption trends in the country and sought a plat form through its public lecture series through which various stakeholders would dialogue on the issue with the view of highlighting the problem and possibly discussing the possible solutions.

The Public Interest Law Clinic (PILAC) collaborated with the Human Rights & Peace Centre (HURIPEC) of the School of Law and the Black Monday Movement under the Anti Corruption Coalition to achieve this.

The dialogue brought together members of CSO involved in the fight against corruption, Government, the Inspectorate of Government and the Makerere University faculty and students’ body.

A total of 158 participants participated in the dialogue.

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