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Popularizing the Role of International Criminal Court (ICC) among Student Community in Uganda

This report presents findings and observations of the first phase of a currently ongoing pilot project, “Popularizing the Relevancy and Role of The ICC among the Student Community in Uganda.” The aim of the project is ‘To strengthen students’ understanding, participation and engagement on matters of the ICC and the Rome Statute including the role and relevancy of the ICC in Uganda in order to build the next generation of International Justice Supporters and Activists. The project commenced in March 2017 and activities have been carried for the last 4weeks and 4 days. There are 20 participating Schools in Uganda focusing on Jinja, Kampala, Mukono and Wakiso. The target group has mainly been the students at the high school level of education in Uganda.