Job Vacancies


This page lists the currently available job opportunities at RLP; We have an active anti-discrimination policy. Women, Persons With Disability, Refugees and other minorities (e.g. religious, political, national, ethnic, members of particular social groups, etc.) are encouraged to apply.


 Refugee Law Project is implementing a four-year project that started on 1 st May 2019 and will end on 30 th April 2023. The project, "Securing Refugee-Host Relations in Northern Uganda through Enhanced Protection (SRHR-EP I)," (Project No. 4000002708) is funded by the Foreign Affairs Ministry of the Netherlands. The project is implemented in the refugee-hosting districts of Kiryandongo, Lamwo and Adjumani with a total budget of €7,477,207 .

The project sites are in Adjumani, Kiryandongo and Lamwo districts. The consultant(s) or company will evaluate the project across all three project sites (Maaji II Refugee Settlement in Adjumani, Palabek Refugee Settlement in Lamwo, and Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement in Kiryandongo District). The midterm 3evaluation will assess the progress and results of all elements of the program.

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A Brief History Of Refugee Law Project @20

What does it mean for Refugee Law Project, as a community outreach project of the School of Law, Makerere University, to survive and flourish for two decades in Uganda, currently host to the third largest refugee population in the world?

Our Non-Discrimination Policy

Our Non-Discrimination PolicyThis policy was arrived at after an intensive and comprehensive workshop on political, economic and social exclusion attended by all the staff at Refugee Law Project. Download the poster
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