Director of Programs
Kabanda David is a human rights advocate in Social Economic rights particularly the right to health. He practices this through research, public interest litigation, legal advisory, training, dialogue, litigation and invoking equity. He studied at Makerere University where he completed a Bachelors of Laws. He did a Post Graduate Bar Course Diploma at the Law Development Centre, Kampala Uganda and his Masters of Law in Makerere University.
He is a PhD Candidate in the University of Western Cape. His career is devoted to social inclusion and accountability using Human Rights Approaches. He has had tremendous contribution in social justice in health particularly women access to justice, advocacy and policy development in social rights. He has been a legal researcher in women rights and their violations. He has been lead advocate in many constitutional courts cases including opposing violation of women rights, maternal health, sexual violence, and gender based violence. He has led several human rights campaigns including the right to a clean and a healthy environment using a public interest paradigm. He has also led as counsel in several constitutional and High court cases as public interest cases on women rights and equality in Uganda particularly maternal health. He has worked in private practice prior to moving voluntarily into Legal Education. Kabanda is a law lecturer with experience in high quality teaching and Legal Research Skills.