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AWARENESS RAISING FOR THE JUDICIARY ON ASSET RECOVERY, 5th NOV.,2017

Over 35 participants including judicial officers took part in a one day training on raising awareness for the Judiciary on asset recovery at the Serena Hotel in Kampala. The training organized by the Judicial Training Institute in conjunction with SUGAR-TAF(strengthening Ugandas Anti-Corruption Response ) was facilitated by Andrew Mitchell QC, the Director Public Prosecution Mike Chibita, Deputy IGG George Bamugemeirere and Lady Justice Margaret Tibulya. 
The training aimed at raising awareness on asset recovery as a corruption fighting mechanism  among selected stake holders including the Judiciary.
SUGAR-TAF programme was established in 2015 under a Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Uganda and the United Kingdom. SUGAR's aim is to increase the risk of engaging in corruption in the Public sector through a chain linked approach which recognises that no single Institution can address  corruption by itself and that the anti corruption  chain is only as strong as its weakest link.
 
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