Work Culture & Ethics Day

A Celebration of Ethical Work Culture

About Work Culture & Ethics day

Work Culture and Ethics Day is about promoting ethical work practices in every workplace; showcasing the best practices and strategies for nurturing work culture and ethics policies; and rewarding organizations that are committed to maintaining positive work culture.

Prompted by the above reality of low productivity and deteriorating work ethics among other things, the Institute of Work Culture and Ethics hosts an annual Work Culture and Ethics day to promote ethical work culture in work places, publicize tools that may be used to assess the status of work culture and ethics for organizations and individuals, and recognize and reward organizations and individuals who exhibit ethical work practices.


WCE awards are given to companies that are excelling at promoting and maintaining ethical work practices and workplace culture. You may rate a company and submit it for consideration for an award by taking our WCE quiz.

25th July


A celebration of ethical work culture

WCE day Partners

Partners of IWCE in Uganda include:
  1. The ministry of Public Service and Gender Uganda.
  2. The ministry of labour.
  3. The ministry of social development.
  4. The Directorate of Ethics and Integrity under the Office of the President.
  5. Uganda National Cultural Centre.
  6. NGOs, CSOs, and research agencies such as; Transparency International Uganda, Anti-corruption committee,Coalition Uganda, Uganda Child Rights NGO-Network, Uganda National Academy of Sciences, and Private sector organizations.
The Institute of Work Culture and Ethics is acting as the secretariat and operational arm of this Public-Private Partnership

Register as an Exhibitor

A maximum of 300 exhibitors will be accommodated in different categories as indicated below. Space is granted on a first come first serve and registration is confirmed on payment of fees.


  1. The service provides for tent furniture and fittings is available in case exhibitors need things like: Exhibition boards, decoration, chairs, tables, connection to power etc. Orders will be accepted between June 1 and July 10, 2019 on a first come first served basis. Exhibitors may provide own furniture and fittings.
  2. Electricity will be available from a common source
  3. Water will be available in a water tanker close to the tents between 6.00 am and 7.30 am for exhibitors that wish to store water in containers.
  4. For the rest of the day, water will be available behind the pavilion structure.
  5. There will be manned portable toilets on site.


Large slot (8X8 meters):
16 left

  • Tent space
  • 2 power sockets
  • 2 Tables
  • 8 Chairs
Medium slot (4X8 meters): 44 left
  • Tent space
  • 1 Table
  • 4 Chairs
Small slot (4X8 meters): 88 left
  • Tent space
  • 1 Table
  • 4 Chairs
*Prices are negotiable

Register Online

For Questions, call

Stephen Nyombi:
+256 751 975 301

Joan Garimoi:
+256 782 334 997