Archive Category: Legal and Justice

Refugee Crisis as a Global Concern; Kenyan Perspective

By Noah Kiplagat It took commencement of Donald Trump presidency for the deeply ingrained immigration […]

Sober up: It is LAW, not Men In Power, that should govern

By Stanley Muema In the last few months, the Kenya’s Judiciary has experienced a tumultuous […]

Contractual Agreements: The Essential Elements Of A Valid Contract

photo/courtesy By Stanley Muema Writing up a legal contract or agreement between two or more […]

The Human Statistic: A Sad Reality of Extra-Judicial Killings in Kenya

By Ooko Victor Extra-judicial killings in Kenya have continued, unabated, and forked out damning statistics […]

1/3 Gender Rule: Kenya’s Minimalistic Approach towards Gender Equality

By Ooko Victor The Judicial Service Commission selection of Justice Isaac Lenaola for the appointment and […]

Is the African Alternative to ICC Viable?

By Noah Kiplagat [] The red button has been pressed, Africa is moving out of […]

Democracy in Africa: An indispensable component for development

Photo: Courtesy By Stanley Muema The Buddhist wisdom has often reminded us that dreams pass into […]

Yes We are Able, But Only if We Unite

One of the greatest souls to have graced this world in the 20th Century, Mohandas […]

Should Kenya pull out of the Rome Statute?

Kenya signed the Rome Statute on 11 August 1999, less than a year after it […]

The Citizens Call Over IEBC: It’s Broke, Disband it or Fix it.

The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD), some civil society groups and the Church has […]