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Terms of Reference for Consultancy to Develop a Five-Year Strategic Plan for the Social Justice Centers Working Group (SJCWG)

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The Social Justice Centers Working Group (SJCWG) is partnering with Katiba Institute with support from the Royal Norwegian Embassy to develop its first Strategic Plan. Terms of Reference for Consultancy to Develop a Five-Year Strategic Plan for the Social Justice Centers Working Group (SJCWG)
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Vacancy Announcement: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer – closed

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About Katiba Institute: Katiba Institute (KI) is a research and litigation organisation that was established in 2011 with the mission of supporting the implementation of Kenya’s 2010 Constitution, and generally to assist in developing a culture of constitutionalism in Kenya. It undertakes constitutional research, comments on policy and laws from a constitutional perspective, and publishes […]
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Politicians and public officers – and citizens – should make New Year resolutions focusing on complying with the Constitution. And, of course, stick to them.

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This is the time of year when newspaper are full of (usually rather tedious) articles about New Year Resolutions. But how about some constitutional new year resolutions – for Kenya’s leaders and her people? I have tried to indicate which part of the Constitution is relevant –avoiding repetition. Resolutions for public (including state) office holders […]
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Katiba Institute Publishes a book on marginalization

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Katiba Institute has published a book on participation of ethnic minorities and marginalised communities in political and other governance processes under the Constitution of Kenya 2010. The book was officially launched on 29th November, 2019 in Nairobi. under the Constitution of Kenya 2010. The book was officially launched on 29th November, 2019 in Nairobi. The […]
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Business, not just government, must respect human rights

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Let’s raise our sights from what Kiraitu Murungi called the “mud of politics” to what the Constitution is really about. Not comfortable lives and illusions of power for politicians, but a decent life for all Kenyans. One of the parts of the Constitution most directed towards that decent life is Chapter Four: The Bill of […]
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Career Opportunities: Litigation Manager & Programme Officer – closed

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Katiba Institute seeks the services of a Litigation Manager and Programme Officer. Litigation Manager -POSITION FILLED The Litigation Manager will be one of Katiba Institute’s team of litigators, with the special responsibility of ensuring the smooth functioning of the Public Interest Litigation Unit. The Unit currently comprises 4 practising advocates, a legal assistance and usually […]
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Save Lamu v. NEMA & Amu Power Company Ltd – Judgment

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On 26th June 2019, the National Environment Tribunal allowed  Save Lamu’s appeal against NEMA’s approval of the proposed 1050MW Lamu Coal fired power plant.  Save Lamu, represented by Katiba Institute, contended that NEMA had violated the Constitution, the Environmental Management and Coordination Act as well as EIA Regulations in issuing the license. The Tribunal held […]
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Vacancy Announcement – Closed

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Katiba Institute (KI) was established in 2011 with the mission of supporting the implementation of Kenya’s 2010 Constitution, helping to resist effort to undermine that Constitution, and generally to assist in developing a culture of constitutionalism in Kenya. It undertakes constitutional research, comments on policy and laws from a constitutional perspective, publishes books and other […]
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