Civil society-Government Cooperation Strategy
Civil society – State Cooperation Strategy:
The development of the Civil society sector is of key importance for the fundamental and pluralistic values of any country, as well as for the engagement of its citizens’ awareness for wider social engagement. At the same time, it reaffirms the constitutionally guaranteed human rights of freedom of association for exercising and protecting a myriad of rights and beliefs and the freedom of speech, articulated through the principles of participative democracy. In addition, through their activities citizens contribute to a more holistic social development and to an improved standard and way of life.
Such contribution by the civil society sector in promoting and building a democratic, cultural and social cohesion on all social levels implies the need for its cooperation with the government. Their mutual action can significantly contribute to the development of numerous spheres of society, in order to address the challenges and the current problems in the country.
Birungi K. Desiderius
077 2 426 607
Better World Uganda
P. O. Box 406, Hoima-Uganda