Kituo Cha Sheria: Blog.
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Access to JusticeMarch 17, 20210 Comments
The question on how to best handle situations where two minors defile each other is a common one in Kituo Cha Sheria’s community paralegals forums. These cases are numerous in our communities. Two minors mutually decide to experiment on sex and when the girl gets pregnant, her parents report to the police and the boy is arrested.
Access to JusticeAugust 19, 20200 Comments
University of Nairobi egghead, Tom Odhiambo states, ‘indeed, if Kenyans were to remember Moody’s public service in future, his
Access to JusticeJune 20, 20200 Comments
“Before you judge a man walk a mile in their shoes” Imagine yourself in this case scenario, where you
Access to JusticeApril 30, 20200 Comments
Some simple tips on how to deal with stress and anxiety during this pandemic… 1. Feel free to feel
Unity of purpose: the case of resolution of the challenge relating to P3 form by Stakeholders in Mombasa County to enable access to justice
Access to JusticeApril 13, 20200 Comments
Unity of purpose: the case of resolution of the challenge relating to P3 form by Stakeholders in Mombasa County
Ugly Spaces of Neglect & Discrimination: A Critical look into the Right to Adequate Housing for Persons Living with Disabilities in Kenya
Access to Justice, ArticlesFebruary 27, 20200 Comments
Ugly Spaces of Neglect & Discrimination: A Critical look into the Right to Adequate Housing for Persons Living with
Access to JusticeFebruary 20, 20200 Comments
Human rights violations continue to be perpetrated in Kenya and around the world because people are unaware of their rights. It is for this reason that legal aid in the form of legal education and assistance increasingly seems to be a necessity. There is an overwhelming number of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) working to provide legal aid in Kenya for example Kituo Cha Sheria, the Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurists, Legal Resources Foundation and the Law Society of Kenya among others.