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Was established in 2005 by a group of human rights journalists who had developed a sense of activism and was formally registered as an independent media group, non profit and non-partisan organisation in 2006. The identity of HRNJ-Uganda lies with its diverse membership of over 200 human rights journalists from both print and electronic media and freelance investigative journalists. HRNJ-Uganda stands out as a network for journalists on human rights in Uganda serving a diverse membership of journalists whose core business is the promotion and protection of human rights largely owing to its character: The Core values are the fundamental values or ideals at the heart of HRNJ-Uganda and provide the imperatives for doing business.
Vision and Mission of HRNJ
Vision: The current vision of HRNJ-Uganda with in this Strategic Plan is to work towards: an informed and respectful society of human rights which is free from abuse.
Mission: The mission of HRNJ-Uganda is: enhancing the promotion, protection and respect of human rights through defending and building capacities of journalists to effectively exercise their constitutional rights and fundamental freedoms for collective campaigning through the media.