Grace Mukwaya Lule is the Executive Director for Platform for Labour Action (PLA). She is a democracy, human rights and governance expert who has worked extensively in the identification, formulation, implementation and evaluation of large and smaller-scale programs.

These programs have allowed her to work extensively in fragile and poverty affected areas, focusing on stabilization, state-building, human security as well as championing for the rights of vulnerable and marginalized workers. She has directly led the implementation of awareness-raising and training programmes for domestic workers on their rights and responsibilities at the workplace for the last 5 years and participated in the preparation of training manuals for domestic workers and recruitment agencies for domestic workers on their roles and responsibilities in protecting the rights of domestic workers while at work. 

She has over 8 years’ experience in project management. She holds a Masters in Town and Regional Urban planning from University of Pretoria, South Africa, an advanced certificate in Human Rights and Development from the Centre for Human Rights University of Antwerp-Belgium and two advanced Certificates on Human Rights in Africa and Gender equity in Africa from the Centre for Human Rights University of Pretoria and a Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Planning from Makerere University. She has served as a panellist on the African Youth Panel, a platform that provides room for the African Youth to dialogue on issues affecting Africa with focus on youth employment, governance and participation.