In line with Uganda Law Reform Commission's mandate of increasing awareness and access to Laws of Uganda, the Commission publishes and distributes publications to the public every year. This promotes promotes the rule of law and administration of justice in Uganda.This year, the Commission has distributed several of its publications and sensitised the public about selected laws of Uganda. This exercise has been done throughout the country. Among the publications distributed this year include: Translated Copies of the Constitution of Uganda in different local languages, Translated Constitution of Uganda in Braille, Simplified version of Local Government Act, Cumulative Supplement etc...
The Mityana District Chairperson, Mr.Mugisha Patrick Nshiimye receiving copies of the translated Constitution of Uganda to Luganda from ULRC team led by Commissioner Law Reform department, Mrs. Bernadette Nalule Mudde on 18th January, 2022.
The Director of Public Prosecutions Hon. Justice Jane Frances Abodo receiving various publications from the Senior Legal Officer ULRC, Mrs. Tessa Bakayana
The Chief Administrative Officer of Kamuli district, Mr. Erisu Peter receiving various books from the ULRC team led by Ms. Jane Frances Adongo on 11th January, 2022
Batwa community led community in Bundibugyo district receiving the translated copies of Local Council Act from ULRC team led by Mr.Charles Birungi
Representatives of Busoga Kingdom receiving books from ULRC team on behalf of the Kyazinga of Busoga in Bugembe, Jinja district
ULRC team led by Principal Legal Officer Ms. Doris Akiidi together with staff of Radio Wa in Lira district shortly after radio talk show meant to sensitise the public about the laws of Uganda.
ULRC team handing over copies of the translated Constitution of Uganda in Braille to the chairperson of Uganda National Union of the Blind at the their offices in Kireka on 19th January 2021