• The Rights of the Indigenous Child to Education. The Batwa Child in Focus

Lambert Academic Publishing
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(LL.B, BL (Nig), LL.M (Pretoria). Onuora-Oguno is currently a lecturer at University of Ilorin, Nigeria. Mr Onuora-Oguno has vast professional experience gained from his work and affiliation with the International Refuge Rights Initiative, Kampala Uganda, he worked as a law clerk in the office of The Prosecutor, International Criminal Court.)


The right to education is recognised by both municipal and international laws. The book examines the right to education of indigenous people with particular focus on the Batwa of Uganda. It investigates the laws governing education in Uganda, analyzing the level of its implementation as well as noting the challenges derailing the actualisation of the right to education of the Batwa child while proffering pragmatic solutions.

MATERIAS: indigenous peoples, Batwa, Education