Christine is the co-founder and managing partner at Praxis Conflict Centre. After receiving her LLB and Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from Makerere University and the Law Development Centre respectively, in Kampala Uganda, she studied in Finland, Sweden and the USA, earning herself Post graduate Diplomas in the Justiciability of Economic Social and Cultural Rights, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law as well as a Master of Arts in International Peace Studies.

She has been at the centre of improving access to justice for all, the rule of law, governance, accountability, and supporting anti-corruption efforts in the public sector; She has contributed to capacity building in the areas of human rights, peace and justice. Her solid experience was gained working across Government of Uganda administration of justice institutions, including Justice Centres Uganda of the Justice, Law and Order Sector, the Human Rights Commission, international NGOs and as a Consultant in the Strengthening of Uganda’s Anti-Corruption Response (SUGAR TAF) Programme, that entailed working with the anti-corruption chain Institutions under the Accountability and Public Administration Sectors.

Her practice at PCC is anchored in her invaluable knowledge and expertise in the areas of mediation, arbitration, conflict transformation and management, and her practical perspective to litigation spanning more than 20 years.


• Post graduate Diploma, Justiciability of Economic Social and Cultural Rights – Abo Academy, Finland
• MA International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA
• Post graduate Diploma, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Raoul
• Wallenburg Institute, Lund Sweden
• Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Law Development Centre, Kampala
• LLB (Hons), Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda
» Fulbright Scholar 2002-2003
» Founder Member, Human Rights Centre Uganda
» Guest Researcher, Danish Centre for Human Rights 2006