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Publications

Katiba Institute is committed to promoting constitutionalism through developing publications and education

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Litigation

Katiba Institute is involved in Public Interest Litigation in a very intentional bid to promote the growth of jurisprudence on matters touching on human rights and constitutionalism

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We are committed to ensuring that marginalised groups are protected and empowered to participate in the process of governance and democracy

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Litigation

LITIGATION Public Interest Litigation (PIL) is a key strategy in fulfilling KI’s core objectives of facilitating constitutional implementation. The Constitution contemplates that PIL can be used as a strategy to implement and defend it and to secure and preserve greater rights guaranteed by the Constitution. In this regard, Article 22 and 258 have relaxed the […]

Devolution

DEVOLUTION The adoption of the Constitution of Kenya in August 2010 which establishes an extensive devolved system of government and current efforts to operationalise county governance, are the main supporting reasons for the establishment of the devolution programme at KI. Secondly, KI (and persons affiliated to it) have played a central role in the search […]

Research & Publications

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS The Constitution being relatively new has introduced new concepts which require elaboration therefore requiring a great deal of research. We believe that proper implementation of the Constitution would benefit greatly from well researched work that includes detailed explanation of the various concepts and provisions and a comparison with other jurisdictions as to […]

Katiba Corner

Why We Should All Be Concerned About The Appointments Of The New CJ & Judges   Legal Aid: New Hope or False Dawn? Why Nkaissery and Boinnet should resign now   The Rationale for the Existence of Independent Constitutional Commissions   Are we fighting against: ethnicity or greed, violence? Ethnicity and the Kenyan System of […]