The Employment Sexual Harassment Regulations ordered by the Government of Uganda states that an employer with more than twenty-five employees shall adopt a written policy against sexual harassment which includes a notice to employees that sexual harassment is unlawful, a statement of consequences for employees who are found to have committed sexual harassment, and education and training programs on sexual harassment for all employees on a regular basis. The employer is to also create a sexual harassment committee in which the committee receives and registers complaints of sexual harassment. Reported cases are investigated by the labour officer.
Source of Information
The Government of Uganda, National Review on Beijing +20, 2014, para. 92