Publications

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Haki Na Sheria Dialogue Forum - The Elections 2017

The Elections 2017 - Is Kenya ready?

This is a regular early breakfast dialogue forum that addresses various topical issues pertinent to the rule of law from political, legal, social and economic angles. Various stakeholders met on 12/4/2016 to assess Kenya´s preparedness for the 2017 elections. more…

Event Reports | April 12, 2016

Haki Na Sheria Dialogue Forum - Public Private Partnership

How Public Private Partnership can offer a sustainable Approach to developing Kenya’s Infrastructure

This is a regular early breakfast dialogue forum that addresses various topical issues pertinent to the rule of law from political, legal, social and economic angles. On 5th April 2016, Mr. Stefan Kauder, Senior Advisor on Public Private Partnerships at the World Bank shared his thoughts on the role of PPPs in infrastructure development in Kenya and the requisite legal regime. In attendance were entrepreneurs from both public and private sectors, scholars, legal practitioners among others. more…

Event Reports | April 5, 2016

Ruling of the African Court against Tanzania

Here is the full ruling. more…

March 19, 2016

Joint Civil Society Statement on Rwanda’s Withdrawal of its Article 34(6)Declaration from the Protocol on the AfCHPR

Leading African and international human rights organizations have in a joint statement criticized the government of Rwanda for withdrawing individual access to the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights terming it as '...a significant setback for human rights protection in the country and across Africa.' more…

March 17, 2016

International Criminal Justice in Africa: Issues, Challenges and Prospects

This is the 3rd edition that is written by Africans for a global readership with the aim of providing contemporaneous, diverse and critical perspectives from within Africa regarding important developments and issues relating to the prosecution of international and transnational crimes on the continent. The publication aims to reflect the character of the modern, complementarity-centred international criminal justice system by not only focusing on supranational (continental and regional) developments, but also on developments at state level within Sub-Saharan Africa. more…

March 16, 2016