Katiba Corner

Women’s Rights And The Constitution By Jill Cottrell Ghai

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In discussing women and the Constitution, most attention has been paid to representation of women in Parliament and the county assemblies, and above all the general “principle that not more […]
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People United Or Divided? The Challenge Of Pluralism By Yash Pal Ghai

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The scourge of ethnicity Last week Waikwa Wanyoike discussed the role that people play in the implementation of the constitution, pointing out that their effectiveness was negated by their preoccupation […]
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Ali Mazrui and constitutionalism By Yash Pal Ghai

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Last Tuesday the first of the Annual Ali Mazrui Memorial Lectures was given in Mombasa under the auspices of the Umma University. I was greatly honoured to present it, with […]
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Does Kenya need a ‘Devolution Policy’?BY JILL COTTRELL GHAI

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“Policy” seems to be the current catchword of the government. It is undoubtedly a good thing for the government to plan carefully what it intends to do, and to share […]
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The Trial of Integrity in Kenya

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THE TRIAL OF INTEGRITY IN KENYA THE TRIAL OF INTEGRITY IN KENYA By PLO LUMUMBA Introduction The Constitution of Kenya 2010 has been described as progressive. Commentators have identified the […]
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