June 27, 2019    0 comment

Sexual Offences Act shouldn’t be applied selectively against boys

After watching the series When they see us, I am more encouraged to contribute to the sensitive debate on implementation of Sexual Offences Act (2016) in Kenya. The emotional series based on the case of the Central Park Five teenagers, who were falsely charged with rape, depicts how a justice system, if driven by emotions […]

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June 26, 2019    0 comment

Impact of terrorism and violent extremism on the Kenyan economy

In recent years, Kenya and its people have witnessed a surge in terrorist attacks, violent extremism recently. The impact of these have been most felt on infrastructure, physical and human capital, productivity and economic growth. Furthermore, terrorist attacks and violent extremism have increased uncertainty in the investment climate, disrupted household spending and livelihood, dissuaded foreign […]

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