Feminisation of the Media and Governance
In Search of the Missing Voice
The fifty-ninth session of the Commission on the Status of Women is taking place at United Nations Headquarters in New York from 9 to 20 March 2015.
Perpetrators of online violence against women are becoming more daring, with some tracking down their victims and subjecting them to physical violence offline.Read More
A sense of uneasiness is engulfing the women movement as some of the organizations that have for many years advanced women rights have either closed up shop or are on the verge of dying.Read More
Faith based organizations are not doing enough to end violence against women and girls and to encourage their empowerment.… Read More
The Conference on ‘Building Consensus on Community Engagement within Land Reforms and the Extractive Sector in Kenya’ was held from the 12th to 13th March 2015.
The judiciary‘s constitutional mandate to be the principal actor in resolving land conflicts is being frustrated by the lack of enough courts.Read More
Kenya, like Africa, is at a cross road because of the untapped natural resources, says Dr Jennifer Riria, chair of Tuvuke Initiative.Read More
Civil Society Organisations must move from activism to conduct research in advance to help pre-empt conflicts associated with the discovery of minerals and oil. Read More
Lack of constitutional framework and legal policies governing land use and acquisition are the major hindrance to land reforms in Kenya.Read More