Mugalula Ashiraf is a Ugandan youth, development worker and human rights activist. He is the founding Executive Director of the Rihtes-Outreach on Human Rights, Justice and Law (RHJL) in 2019. Mugalula Ashiraf is passionate about justice, gender equality, human rights, peace, security, and rule of law, democracy and good governance and the situation of the youth and poor (indigent) persons. He understands that proactively including gander in the field of justice and human rights construction is critical to building a free and just society (s) that are resilient for all. This motivated him to establish RHJL and advocate for the full implementation of subsequent resolutions on Gander Based Violence (GBV), Sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR), justice and human rights and for increased youths and vulnerable person’s participation in the justice and human rights processes at local, regional and national levels. Mugalula’s work has covered several fields including women’s rights, children’s rights, and PWD’s rights, gender justice, and mediation, peace building campaigns and local, national power engagements and access to justice in the communities. He has worked extensively with individuals, organizations both public and private and networks in Mayuge, Jinja, Bugiri, Buyende, Luuka, Namutumba, Busia, Iganga, Kamuli, and Kaliro, Uganda.