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Category: Press Releases

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KENYA: Looking at the 2017 elections, is civil society beyond the brink?

Created 15-Dec-2016   180.3 KB   2,773 Downloads

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Communique of the 2016 Annual Jurists Conference

Created 27-Nov-2016   1017.09 KB   2,552 Downloads

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PRESS RELEASE: State of Democracy and Transitions in Africa: Addressing the Regression

Created 09-Nov-2016   362.2 KB   3,234 Downloads

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ICJ Kenya’s Statement On Burundi’s Notice To Withdraw From The Rome Statute

Created 24-Oct-2016   422.38 KB   2,537 Downloads

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Statement On The Decision By Justice G.V. Odunga, And The Ongoing Recruitment Process For The Chief Justice, Deputy Chief Justice, And Judge Of The Supreme Court

Created 01-Sep-2016   324.65 KB   1,864 Downloads

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Enforced Disappearance of Willie Kimani, a Human Rights Defender together With Josephat Mwenda and Joseph Muiruri

Created 29-Jun-2016   226.95 KB   1,494 Downloads

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Why The IEBC Must Be Reformed

Created 31-May-2016   200.61 KB   1,822 Downloads

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Press Release: The Illegal Forced Eviction Of Members Of The Ogiek Community

The Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ Kenya) condemns in the strongest terms possible the act of unwarranted police violence and brutality in dispersing members of the CORD fraternity while legally demonstrating at the IEBC offices in Nairobi on Monday 17th May 2016.

 ICJ Kenya is deeply concerned that the Police used excessive force, including the firing of live bullets and tear gas into the crowds. Many protestors and innocent by standers and passersby were also beaten leaving many with serious injuries. This kind of violence displayed by the police on citizens exercising their democratic rights is unacceptable and a breach of the constitution and the laws of Kenya. Kenya is a free society governed by respect for the Bill of Rights as enshrined in our Constitution and must remain the same.


Created 18-May-2016   186.87 KB   1,776 Downloads

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Joint Statement by Burundian Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and International Organisations To the Summit of Heads of State of the East African Community (EAC)

Created 29-Feb-2016   650.32 KB   1,028 Downloads

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Joint Statement Students Before Profit: Teacher Unions And Civil Society Unite To Condemn The Commercialization Of Education In Kenya

According to Article 53 of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 every child has the immediate right to free and compulsory basic education. This is emphasised in Section 28 of the Basic Education Act 2013 and Section 7 of the Children’s Act 200.

Created 27-Jan-2016   160.71 KB   1,025 Downloads

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