Kenya’s missed opportunities for nationhood and prosperity

Kenya is made up of peoples and communities of diverse backgrounds. Historically, the country has had many battles involving various… more

Securitising Covid-19 regulations enforcement misplaced

The much-dreaded second wave of Covid-19 is upon us. We were aptly warned of it by health officials and told… more

Northeastern must fight for social justice human rights

The Northeastern region of Kenya has since Independence remained marginalised and considered a security risk area as part of the… more

Rebuilding justice, human rights in the new normal

The world is slowly emerging from the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, or so it seemed. This year has… more

Justice is counties’ job, don’t rely on state, NGOs

Justice and human rights are key tenets of modern-day Kenya. The Preamble of the 2010 Constitution recognises “the aspirations of… more

DPP’s independence crucial in building faith in justice system

Haki Africa is implementing the Collective Resilience Against Extremism project, which seeks to mobilise criminal justice actors to work together… more

Uhuru’s double standards on Covid-19 restrictions

This week, President Uhuru Kenyatta extended the Covid-19 curfew by another 60 days although the hours were reduced to 11pm… more

Rope in every citizen to protect public health resources

Article 43 (1) (a) in the Constitution’s Bill of Rights states that, “Every person has the right to the highest… more

Social audit of Mombasa Covid-19 funds underway

Over the last one month, HAKI Africa has been working to audit Mombasa’s Covid-19 funds through the kind support of… more

KTLN merger illegal, violates Coast locals’ economic rights

This week, an agreement was apparently entered into merging the Kenya Ports Authority, the Kenya Pipeline Company, the Industrial and… more