Center for Constitutional Governance (CCG) is a regional non-governmental organisation established in 2011 to promote constitutionalism, good governance and effective policy, legal and institutional mechanisms. CCG Carries out its activities in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan.
Center for Constitutional Governance (CCG) is regional organisation based in Uganda and reaches out to the Eastern African countries of Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan and Somalia 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.
Promote 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
Promoting constitutionalism and constitutional governance
Strengthening civil society and other social institution
A just and equitable society in all target countries with citizens at the center of their Constitutional Governance.
Transformation of governance and leadership through a four partnership approach led by civil society and involving the boarder governance partnership of state governments, regional organisations and citizens.