Normalisation of police killings, brutality enhances impunity

According to the Social Justice Centres Working Group, police have killed 24 people in the slums of Nairobi in the… more

Human rights undermined during pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic control measures have undermined respect for human rights country and limited the enjoyment of fundamental freedoms guaranteed… more

Politicians not above the law, stop pampering them

  The Constitution states in Article 27 (1) that “every person is equal before the law and has the right… more

Why HAKI Africa is engaging religious leaders in fighting extremism in Kenya

    Freedom of conscience, religion belief and opinion is guaranteed in Article 32 of the Constitution of Kenya. This… more

Amplifying coastal women’s voices in politics

By Hussein Khalid   Last weekend Kilifi and Mombasa hosted public rallies for the Embrace Team. Women politicians, including Mombasa… more

A safe Mombasa requires multi-faceted approach

By Hussein Khalid https://www.the-star.co.ke/opinion/columnists/2019-08-10-a-safe-mombasa-requires-multi-faceted-approach/ This week, Bamburi area of Mombasa county witnessed an orgy of violence perpetrated by an armed… more

Mombasa dying a slow and painful death

By Hussein Khalid   Mombasa is fast becoming a ghost town. The hustle and bustle that define a city are… more

DIGITAL RADICALS

Radicalisation isn’t an issue that affects specific individuals, it cuts across through all tribes, nations and religion. True fact!  … more

SOCIO – ECONOMIC DEFAULT IN PREVENTING VIOLENT EXTREMISM

“Applying an economic perspective, and the lack of inclusion in many forms is a major driver of radicalization,” – Quy-Toan… more

OF KENYA’S ECONOMIC ISSUES AND VIOLENT EXTREMISM

The impact of violent extremism in Kenya has escalated in the recent past due to dwindling socio- economic phenomenon. The… more