Kabazzi Maurice is a lawyer trained in international law and human rights in Uganda, East Africa. He has experience in judicial, government, law firm, and civil society environments. His vision is to see accountability in social justice in access to health for Africans.
He is fluent in English and French. As a fellow, he supports Ahaki’s research and regional work in French-speaking countries in Africa.
He is widely published with research interests on topics of illegality, human rights and health as well as gender analyses. Having written a gender analysis of the right to parentage and repugnancy clauses in judicial decisions, he is passionate about social justice issues at country and regional level.
He wants to use the fellowship to write a book on the justiciability of African narratives in reproductive justice litigation.
“As a pan-Africanist at heart, I will use this fellowship to research and publish on SRHR issues using an Africentric framework by Ahaki focusing specifically on the positive narratives in Africa.”