Events - Foundation Office Kenya
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Human Rights and the role of citizens, the state and the county government
A post-election comparative outlook on Human Rights
The forum is expected to help the residents of Bondo to understand the legal perspectives of human rights advocacy in the new system of government and how they can participate in minimizing the challenges thereof.
CONSULTATIVE FORUM ON JUDICIAL REFORMS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS ON PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND ACCOUNTABILITY
The Kenyan judiciary is one of the arms of the government that has gone through a transformation.
THE LAND REFORMS AGENDA IN THE NEW DISPENSATION
This workshop is aimed at trying to explain the constitutional stand on land acquisition and how the public can go about on issues relating to land ownership.
From a Whisper
When an intelligence officer and a young, rebellious artist discover that they both lost somebody in the US Embassy bombing 10 years ago, they learn how to confront their fears and forgive.
Judicial Reforms in the new Governance System
The on-going judicial reforms in Kenya call for public engagement and participation for people to understand the changes taking place, and especially so with the increasing search for justice, accountable and integrity driven leadership.
The 2013 Presidential Elections - were they legitimate?
What do election observers from the European Union report about the Kenyan elections last month.
Municipal Autonomy as an example for successful devolution
Tasks of a modern municipal administration;Functions of municipal autonomy;Duties of local council
Human Rights and the Roles of the Citizens, State and County Governments
The KAS-Nairobi has organised a workshop to highlight the expectations and responsibilities of the citizens in the new government.
Interreligious - interethnic Dialogue
Discussion with locals how to support and guide interreligious and interethnic Dialogue between the different groups.
Political Party Ideals and How Kenyans perceive them
It is very hard to distinguish a political party and the political opinion leaders in Kenya today. These political leaders have in most cases been identified with the community or the ethnic grouping they represent.