Welcome to Industrial Court
Labour Justice for All
An individual who works part-time or full-time under a contract of employment, whether oral or written, express or implied, and has recognized rights and duties is called worker or an employee.
Our Main goal is to Ensure Compliance with International Labour Organisation Conventions which aim to improve labour standards of people in Uganda and to provide a platform for people to Equitably express their labour grievances so as to achieve equal Opportunity in Employment.
An employer is an organization, institution, government entity, agency, company, professional services firm, nonprofit association, small business, store, or individual who employs or puts to work, a person who is called an employee. In exchange for the employee’s work or services, the employer pays compensation that may include a salary, an hourly wage, and benefits.
On 22, 23, 31st Aug and 28th Sept 2023 , the Industrial Court commenced its first FY 2023/24 quarterly Pre-session
34 cases which cause-listed for the Jinja Regional Circuit from 5th June to 5th July 2023, and 31 cases were heard to completion.
Lira Circuit was Opened by the Registrar of the Industrial Court of Uganda Her Worship Sylvia Nabaggala on the 13th Feb 2023 and all the 33 Cases were heard to completion.
On April 28, 2023, a one-day staff training covered Code of Conduct, Service Orders, Performance Appraisal, and Record Management at Hillside Plaza Hotel, Ntinda.
International Labour Organisation ILO
Only tripartite U.N. agency, since 1919 the ILO brings together governments, employers and workers representatives of 186 member States , to set labour standards, develop policies and devise programmes promoting decent work for all women and men. The main aims of the ILO are to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialogue on work-related issues.
Justice Law and Order sector JLOS
JLOS is a sector wide approach adopted by the Government of Uganda to bring together Institutions with closely linked mandates of administering justice and maintaining law and order and human rights, into developing a common vision, policy framework, unified on objectives and plan over the medium term. It focuses on a holistic approach to improving access to and administration of justice through the sector wide approach to planning, budgeting, programme implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
Uganda Legal Information Institute ULII
The Uganda Legal Information Institute is an internet facility that provides the public with legal information relating to Uganda, with a view of promoting and supporting the rule of law. The main aims are; to Improve on-going collection of case law in electronic format from courts of record, ensure completeness of the database for covered years for all courts, scanning of older collection, to digest the judgments to enhance the textual search capacity online, improve use of the website by conducting training and promotion plus publishing law reports from the case law already online.