Center for Constitutional Governance (CCG) is a regional organization based in Uganda and reaches out to the Eastern Countries of Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan with a cardinal goal of strengthening constitutional governance by bridging the gaps in governance and challenges in policy and regulatory framework.
CCG seeks to promote constitutional governance in the greater East African region in areas of regulatory policy making and governance concepts by directing attention towards democratic and constitutional governance and bypassing old dichotomies on the future of the nation state.
Making the Constitution a Peoples Document
Building a center that empowers citizens to fully utilize their constitutional rights and obligations so as to participate in their governance, promote constitutional governance and defend the Constitution
To promote constitutional governance through carrying out constitutional literacy campaigns and advocacy across East Africa
CUSTOMER VALUE PROPOSITION
CCG is committed to promoting constitutional governance through constitutional literacy & advocacy, mentorship, training, public interest litigation, social justice campaigns, research and continuous civic education.
- Promoting research-based constitutionalism and constitutional governance
- Promoting democratic culture through creating platforms for discourse, debate and activism
- Promoting integrity of the democratic processes by advocating for effective policy, legal and institutional mechanisms
- Strengthening civil society and other social institutions through social justice campaigns
- Carrying out public interest litigation and legal representation of activists
- Setting up an Institute for International Studies in East Africa