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What We Do

What We Do

  • Gender and Extractives

    Developments in Uganda’s Extractive industry will have a bearing on people’s social, economic, cultural and political lives. It is important to understand the ways in which men and women may be differently impacted by the developments in the oil, gas and mining sector, and the value-added of...

  • Religious Leaders and Oil

    In a bid to improve on citizens’ participation in shaping Uganda’s oil and gas sector, GRA identifies Religious institutions and leadership as indispensable category to reach. GRA is working with Inter Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU) undertaking capacity building, research, and advocacy on...

  • Transparency and Accountability

    Since its establishment in 2008, Global Rights Alert has taken centre stage in advocating for transparency and accountability in the governance of natural resources to ensure proper management of resources.

  • Trans-boundary Natural Resource Governance

    Uganda's Extractive Industry cannot be treated in isolation from the developments in the Great Lakes Region or the East African Community because some of the resources are transboundary in nature and while in other instances, the infrastructural and other development projects are regional in...