Surviving After Torture - A Case Digest On The Struggle For Justice by Torture Survivors in Kenya Popular

In Transformative Justice 7516 downloads

Torture as defined in this Toolkit has been one of the major causes and manifestations of human rights violations in the society, since time immemorial. In Kenya, torture has been one of the major epitomes of impunity, stretching from the colonial era and finding its way into all the regimes after independence. All long, survivors of torture in Kenya have found ways of seeking truth, justice, reforms and reparations via the different tools and strategies of engagement.

Transitional Justice In Kenya - A Toolkit for Training and Engagement Popular

In Transformative Justice 14668 downloads

Transitional Justice, as an evolving and contested concept and process, has become one of the major governance and reform projects for societies emerging from situations of oppressive rule and conflicts. It entails a number of mechanisms and tools, which must be applied within the specific contexts of the countries in question. This Toolkit captures a number of transitional justice mechanisms and tools relevant to Kenya.

Harmonization of Decentralized Development In Kenya Popular

In Economic and Social Justice 7627 downloads

The Study, ‘Harmonization of Decentralized Development in Kenya: Towards alignment,citizen engagement and accountability’ results from partnership between Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) and Social and Public Accountability Network (SPAN) to work together to strengthen the decentralization paradigm in Kenya.

Teenage Pregnancy and Abortion Case Study Popular

In Political Pluralism and Diversity 16662 downloads

The Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC), in partnership with the Reproductive Health and Rights Alliance (RHRA), commissioned this case study as part of its campaign to publicise the negative effects of criminalization of abortion in Kenya.

An Overview Of International And Domestic Law On Discrimination In Kenya Popular

In Political Pluralism and Diversity 6253 downloads

In general, Kenya has a strong record of ratifying major international and regional human rights instruments. It is a party to six of the seven core UN human rights treaties, with the exception being the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families.

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