Lillian Adriko is an enrolled Advocate of the High Court of Uganda with over 18 years of experience in Public Service and the development field. She has specific experience in drafting ordinances and policy formulation aimed at creating an enabling legal and policy environment to advance gender equality through the promotion of women’s rights. Lillian is the CEO of the Uganda Association of Women Lawyers, FIDA Uganda, and a legal aid service provider. Through her work, she is engaged in supporting access to justice, economic empowerment, and income generating activities for the most vulnerable persons, including people with disabilities and post war survivors of SGBV Lillian is a strong advocate for women empowerment, both socially and economically, and she has collaborated in the development of the economic empowerment tool SAME-MODEL, aimed at providing holistic Legal Aid, that subsequently won FIDA Uganda an award for innovative access to justice. Lillian has also coordinated activities against human trafficking both at national and regional level that collectively and in partnership with likeminded organizations led to the enactment of regional bills, such as the East African Regional Anti Trafficking Bill and the East African Gender Bill.
Liliane Adriko will participate in the World Justice Forum working session People-Centered Innovations in Community Justice