JLOS: Social Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) Training and Study T...

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JLOS: Social Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) Training and Study Tour, US

This two-week customised training programme and study tour for 19 high-level officials of the Uganda Justice, Law and Order Sector (JLOS) utilised PPP best practices in the United States as a case study to equip officials in effectively undertaking the procurement processes, management and maintenance in the construction of the JLOS House project. Participants had the opportunity to meet with a cross-section of PPP experts from state and federal government institutions, private transactional law firms, engineering firms and multilateral institutions (the World Bank). They gained various perspectives on best practices in the design, implementation and management of the PPPs and how they can be effectively utilized for social infrastructure projects. Participants also visited an affordable housing project site in Arlington, Virginia, which provided them with an opportunity to see some of these considerations in practice.

Client: Ministry of Justice - Justice Law and Order Secretariat

Donor: March 16 - 27, 2015

Project Dates: Ministry of Justice

Location: Washington, DC, US

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USA: Customised Comparative Appellate Justice Systems for the Judiciary of Uganda

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USA: Customised Comparative Appellate Justice Systems for the Judiciary of Uganda

ILI-ACLE designed and implemented a customised comparative appellate justice systems study tour for 25 justices of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals in Uganda and their registrars.  Two study tours were organized in July and August in Washington, DC.  Utilising the Judiciary of the United States as a global classroom, participants obtained practical, interactive and hands-on capacity development on how to participate in a fair, efficient and effective judicial appellate process.  This was the first-ever initiative to provide capacity building to members of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal. In light of the success of this initiative, ILI-ACLE received an invitation to facilitate sessions during the annual retreat for the Ugandan Judiciary where the judges worked towards consensus in putting into practice reforms identified during the study tour.

Client: Judiciary of Uganda

Project Dates: July 7-11, 2014; August 18-22, 2014

Location: Washington, DC

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Singapore: 360° Overview of Judicial Operations –Global Classroom Educational Tour

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Singapore: 360° Overview of Judicial Operations –Global Classroom Educational Tour

ILI-ACLE designed and implemented a two-week customised study tour to Singapore for a group of five judicial officers from the Judiciary of Uganda, led by the Principal Judge of Uganda. Designed as a blend of institutional visits and classroom reflection, the programme provided insight on innovations and best practices in dealing with case backlog and improving court operations through one-on-one engagement with peers and practitioners. Visits were made to the Supreme Court, State Courts, the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, and the Singapore Mediation Centre among other institutions.

Client: Judiciary of Uganda

Project Dates: August 4 – 15, 2014

Location: Singapore

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Uganda: Forensic Auditing and Detection of Fraud in the Procurement and Supply Cha...

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Uganda: Forensic Auditing and Detection of Fraud in the Procurement and Supply Chain for the East African Association of Anti-Corruption Authorities

Bound with the responsibility to prevent and combat corruption in the East African region, the East African Association of Anti-Corruption collaborated with ILI-ACLE to conduct a customised residential training of trainers programme on Forensic auditing and detection of fraud in the procurement and supply chain. The two-week programme was attended by 15 mid-level and senior-level staff of the member anti-corruption authorities.

Client: East African Association of Anti- Corruption Authorities (EAAACA)

Project Dates: 2013

Location: Entebbe, Uganda

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UAE: Training on Oil & Gas Contracting and Cybercrimes for the Uganda Justice...

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UAE: Training on Oil & Gas Contracting and Cybercrimes for the Uganda Justice Sector

As part of a comprehensive training programme aimed to strengthen the level of investigation, prosecution and adjudication of fraud and corruption-related matters in Uganda, ILI-ACLE designed and delivered a two-week training programme and study tour on oil and gas contracting and cybercrimes for Uganda’s Anti-Corruption Division of the High Court, Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions and Office of the Inspector General of Government in Dubai.

Client: Anti-Corruption Division of the High Court, Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions and Office of the Inspector General of Government of Uganda

Project Dates: November 18- 29 2012

Location: United Arab Emirates

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NIGERIA: JUDICIAL STUDY TOURS

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NIGERIA: JUDICIAL STUDY TOURS

To promote south-to-south exchange of best practices, ILI-ACLE conducted three study tours to Singapore to provide members of the Nigerian Judiciary the opportunity to learn from Singapore’s judicial entities– recognized internationally for their efficiency and transparency. Visits were made to the Supreme and Subordinate Courts, the Legal Services Commission, the Singapore Mediation Centre, the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau and the Singapore Academy of Law. During the same period, in partnership with the University of Malaya’s Institute of Policy and Management in Malaysia and the Civil Service College in Singapore, ILI-ACLE conducted three training programmes on organisational effectiveness and general administration for judicial staff of the Nigerian Judiciary.

ILI-ACLE also conducted a further study tour for the Nigerian Judiciary in London in 2010, and arranged training programmes during the same year the area of professional ethics and litigation and International Maritime Law in Uganda.  These tours were organised in collaboration with Nitoks Consultants Ltd.

Client: Nigerian Judiciary

Project Dates: 2008 – 2010

Location: Singapore & Uganda

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