Frequently Asked Questions

This is an independent, non partisan, non religious and non- governmental human rights organization which works locally and globally to promote justice for marginalized persons.
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Telephone: + 256 793632202 or 0414 388573
Platform for Social Justice
Plot 328, Ntinda - Kisaasi Road
Sayuuni Complex, 1st floor
Yes, we have case lawyers and project lawyers who are professional and have passion to help victims and survivors of abuse.
PSJ is also equipped with in-house counselors who shall be ready to serve you once you contact us.
Platform for Social Justice (PSJ) offer free legal advice and legal representation, counseling, conduct capacity enhancement program, advanced advocacy and research affecting social justice systems in our community.
Yes we help you handle the case from registration until judgment level. Many times we take execution process as well.
Yes we travel to different places of the country and outside the country once a situation of abuse is referred to us. We have community based paralegals as well as field advocates who can organize to reach your locality.
PSJ has an established prison outreach program; where our team comprising of lawyers, social worker and counselor visit prisons to identify those prisoners who have overstayed on remand without going to court including those whose cases have over delayed. PSJ comes to give free legal assistance to ensure they access speedy and fair access to justice.
PSJ does not work in isolation; we do work with likeminded partners who are interested in fighting against torture. PSJ partners with established rehabilitation centers and hospitals where we refer our clients to get expert treatment and medical report to e used in court.
Yes, PSJ lawyers are trained to prepare our clients and their witness to court. PSJ understands that many people visiting court for the first time may develop anxiety and thus need help to adjust to court environment.