WANJIKU’S JOURNEY: Tracing Kenya’s Quest for a New Constitution & Reporting on the 2010 Referendum Popular

In Transformative Justice 4806 downloads

The KHRC is pleased to present this report on Kenya’s historical referendum of August 2010. During the referendum, over 60 per cent of eligible Kenyans voted in a new Constitution, after two decades of explicit struggle for the same.

KHRC Annual Report 2008-2009 Popular

In Corporate Publications 2180 downloads

The Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) is pleased to present this public accounting of its work through the 2008-9 operational year. As the operational yearran from April 2008 to March 2009, the the KHRC aligned the activities under its five strategic objectives with the imperatives posed to the country by the commitments under the Kenya National Dialogue and Reconciliation (KNDR).

Trading Our Lives With Europe Popular

In Economic and Social Justice 1777 downloads

The development and trade relationship between the African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries and the European Union (EU) is currently regulated by the Cotonou Partnership Agreement which was signed on 23rd June 2000 and came into force on 1st April 2003. It replaced the Lomé Conventions which had regulated the ACP-EU relationship for over 25 years.

A Comparative Study of the Tea Sector in Kenya - A Case Study of Large Scale Tea Estates Popular

In Economic and Social Justice 20354 downloads

The Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) in November 2006 carried out an informal investigation into labour issues in the tea sector in Kericho. This informal study placed emphasis on large scale tea estates – James Finlays and Unilever Tea Kenya – which are primarily foreign owned. The team of KHRC staff held group discussions with 8 workers in the tea estates. During the group discussions, the workers spelt out a range of violations that they experienced in their places of work.

The Police, The People And The Politics; Police Accountability Popular

In Transformative Justice 7732 downloads

Democratic, accountable policing is one of the hallmarks of democracy   In a healthy democracy, a police service exists to protect and support the rights of its community; not to repress or curtail freedom and ensure power for the governing regime.

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