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Our latest Newsletter is Out!

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Greetings from Katiba Institute. Welcome to our first newsletter of the year. The newsletter highlights Katiba Institute’s cases up to March 2024. They include a petition challenging the privatisation of parastatals, compensation for the Lamu community, the Community Groups Registration Act (CGRA), and the use of robbery with violence law. The newsletter also highlights programmatic […]
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Journalists as Human Rights defenders

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Katiba Institute partnered with the Media Council of Kenya to engage journalists on their role as human rights defenders and effective use of the access to information law. The training, targeting majorly investigative journalists based in Nairobi, took place on 23rd and 24th February 2022 in Kajiado. Media Council of Kenya CEO Mr. David Omwoyo […]
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Katiba Institute Launches its 2020 – 2024 Strategic Plan

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Katiba Institute(KI) launched its second strategic plan, that will run till 2024, on Thursday 18th November, 2021 in Nairobi. The event brought together KI’s board and staff, KI’s development partners, members of Civil Society Organizations, representatives from independent commissions and oversight bodies, KI Alumni and citizens who follow and support KI’s vision. Abdulkadir Noormohamed, Director, […]
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Vacancy: Programme Manager – closed

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Katiba Institute is hiring a Programme Manager. About the Position: The Programme Manager will lead the Research and Publication with Civic Engagement and Capacity Building Department. The Programme Manager will be responsible for successfully implementing all departmental tasks and contributing to the realisation of the vision of the Department and of KI. The Programme Manager […]
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Call for expression of interest to develop Katiba Institute’s gender and anti-harassment policy

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As part of strengthening its institutional operations, KI is keen on the development of a Gender Policy aimed at providing gender transformation and sound project design. KI intends for the Gender Policy to assist it in achieving the following objectives: to reduce gender disparities in KI’s programming through identifying, monitoring and mitigating potential risks or […]
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Appointment of 128 parastatal heads in 2018 declared unconstitutional by the High Court.

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Court holds that parastatal appointments must be fair, open, and competitive to give all Kenyans a fair chance. Court also finds that the 2018 posts were not advertised or interviews conducted. Gender, ethnicity, and disabilities not considered. Court also nullified post-2010 statutes (like the NSSF Act) which do not require merit and fair competition in […]
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Terms of Reference for Gender Coach

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Katiba Institute (KI), in partnership with the Social Justice Center Working Group (SJCWG), is implementing a project titled “Enhancing Prevention and Response to Gender-Based Violence Exacerbated by the COVID-19 Pandemic”, funded by the Royal Norwegian Embassy. Physical, sexual, and other forms of violence against women and men have devastating consequences, including serious physical, mental, sexual, […]
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Consultancy: Environmental Legal Expert

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Katiba Institute seeks to engage the services of a consultant for 15 consultancy days spread over 5 months to provide expert analysis of Environmental Impact Assessments and related documents presented to the National Environment Management Authority, in support of infrastructure development projects. The consultant must be able to analyse environmental regulatory documents, determine the extent […]
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