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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 […]
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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 […]
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Career Opportunities: Litigation Manager & Programme Officer

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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 […]
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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, […]
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Vacancy Announcement

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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 […]
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The state of human rights and freedoms in Kenya

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A major problem is that even if a group wins, it is not easy to get our government (and not only ours) to respect the ruling, though it good to see that the government has set up a task force to implement the African Court decision on the Ogiek. But all too often task forces are ways of not doing anything.
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The right to education goes beyond producing marketable commodities

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It is hard to escape a feeling that, almost more than anything else, the results reveal how the education system is failing young Kenyans.
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KATIBA: The Handshake, Building Bridges, and Bomas

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“Raila team asks for one-term president” said the Star when reporting the submission it said was to be made by ODM to the Building Bridges Initiative or the Handshake team. […]
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