1.Research and research utilization.
CERU undertakes to document and disseminate information on human rights among its beneficiaries and key stakeholders. Research work leads to evidence based interventions and awareness raising for the effective observance of human rights within Uganda's communities. Likewise, CERU’s programs and strategies are informed by research undertaking in the spirit of evidence based responses to issues of human rights.
2. Livelihood promotion.
The organization encourages participation of all citizens in productive work, to improve their incomes, food security/sovereignty, wealth creation and environmental protection. CERU empowers citizens through self sustaining income generating activities. Citizens are engaged in sustainable income generating activities that are influenced both by individual choice and market forces
Strategic and public interest litigation is key to CERU’s work, using courts as a tool for strengthening the protection of human rights of people with disabilities and older persons. Our strategic litigation involves three types of of legal defense: public interest, individual cases, and emergency response. CERU strives to originate and trigger quality jurisprudence that fosters the full protection of human rights for people with disabilities and older persons in Uganda. The organization exposes human rights violations of persons with disabilities and older persons, in order to stimulate public awareness and engagement that can influence change in laws, policies, and practices in favor of people with disabilities and older persons.
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