Maternal health right visa vie the life of the unborn.
And to be noted is that the address and the panel comprised of questions and answers in line with the sub themes as highlighted herein;
1. Analysis of the right to reproductive health
2. The abortion debate as an irresolvable conflict of human right
3. Can one support women’s rights and oppose abortion?
4. Civil and political rights. An examination of the prevailing situation in Uganda
A plat form for a multi stakeholder discourse for human rights as a green light for development was accomplished.
A theory was developed and practical skills in human rights, law and religion was imparted to the participants.
It enhanced skills development in social, legal policy analysis, human rights and public advocacy.
It also created a platform for a policy on legal abortion.
The workshop was graced over 300 hundred participants which included students of Makerere university, Kampala International University, Uganda Christian University among others.
In conclusion, the following personalities occupied the role of analyst
1. Professor Sylvia Tamale of law school Makerere university
2. Counsel Suzan of Human Right’s awareness and promotion forum
3. Counsel Charles of CEHURD
4. Reverend father Jonathan Opio of Human Life Uganda.