Wilmah Isaboke


Isaboke Moraa Wilmah is a human rights advocate whose interests lie broadly in the field of international human rights and development. She has specific areas of concern, refugee law, migrant’s rights, disability rights, international criminal law and minority rights.

She has considerable work experience in the private sector and civil society organizations.These include:Nyamweya Osoro & Nyamweya Commissioner of Oaths-Kenya (private legal firm), Epam systems-Hungary (private software company), Refugee Law Project Centre for Justice and Forced Migrants- Uganda, through providing pro-bono legal and social service to forced migrants, European Roma Rights Centre-Hungary, promoting Roma rights through research, International Centre for Democratic Transition-Hungary, engaging in promoting democratic ideals and Mental Disability Advocacy Center –Hungary, conducting disability research.

Her S.J.D research conducted under the supervision of Professor Károly Bárd, is focused on the challenges posed by detention of persons with mental disabilities Vis a vis their right to liberty and other interconnected rights, by examining the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, other International human Rights law and State practices.


LLM, Human Rights- Central European University (Hungary).
LLB, Kampala International University, (Uganda)
Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice(Bar), (Uganda)