Editor’s Note: This message below was published by Refugee Law Project on Friday, 8 February 2019 at 18:37hrs.
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
After several months of research and consultation, we are pleased to share the long-awaited Training Manual and its User Guide on Refugee Rights and Protection, and once again thank all our partners for the insightful comments which where incorporated during the development of the training manual and user guide. We also extend our sincere appreciation to those who attended the launch of the manual and the guide at Skyz Hotel on 31 January 2019 as well as people who followed the proceedings via social media.
We strongly believe that the training manual and its user guide, when used side-by-side, not only complement each other in facilitating quality capacity building programmes, but also provide insights and headway in building the capacity of key stakeholders on refugee rights and protection as an important step in securing refugee-host relations through enhanced protection in Uganda and elsewhere.
As we commemorate our 20th Anniversary (#RLP@20), we will be engaging various stakeholders in a series of events at which we will use the training manual and user guide. Also, we will use such platforms to gather views, comments and suggestions to inform its second edition early next year.
Meantime, should you have any question, require clarification, or wish to request a copy or copies of the training manual and user guide, do not hesitate to write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
As always, your support in ensuring that refugees and hosts co-exist peacefully are invaluable and we very much appreciate the progressive partnership and support thus far. Indeed, the struggle to realize a context where all people lead dignified lives irrespective of their legal status in possible through strategic and progressive partnerships.