Sarah Kihika Kasande is the Head of Office of the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) Uganda program. She is an Advocate of Courts of Judicature in Uganda and has extensive experience and training on international law, human rights, transitional justice and gender justice. Her work involves providing policy analysis, technical advice and capacity support to state and non-state actors in the areas of human rights, transitional justice and gender justice. She has worked closely with the Justice Law and Order Sector in Uganda to support the development of the National Transitional Justice Policy. She has undertaken research and published articles on a broad range of human rights and transitional justice themes. Prior to joining ICTJ, Sarah served as a Senior Program Officer with the Uganda Association of Women Lawyers (FIDA Uganda). She is a co-founder and board member of Chapter Four Uganda, a human rights organization dedicated to the promotion and protection of Civil Liberties. Sarah holds Master of Laws in International Human Rights Law from the Central European University, in Budapest, a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from Makerere University and a Postgraduate diploma in Legal Practice from the Law Development Centre.