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The 2010 Constitution of Kenya, currently in force, replaced the 1969 constitution, that itself had replaced the 1963 independence constitution.  The constitution was presented to the Attorney General of Kenya on 7 April 2010, officially published on 6 May 2010, and was subjected to a referendum on 4 August 2010. The new Constitution was approved by 67% of Kenyan voters.  The constitution was promulgated on 27 August 2010.

 

                                                                                                  

This is the first Report prepared by KI and it covers the period since its founding in March 2011.  The report covers KI's activities, which are essentially focused on implementing Kenya's Constitution, particularly drawing on, and indeed enhencing, our knowledge and skills in the area mainly of law. Click on the image for the Report.

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ABOUT KATIBA INSTITUTE

The Katiba Institute, Located in Nairobi, was established in 2011 to promote knowledge and studies of constitutionalism and to facilitate the implementation of Kenya’s new constitution. Its activities include publications on the Constitution, workshops on constitutional issues, public interest litigation, development of the legal and judicial system, establishment of county governments, land reform, review of legislative bills to implement the Constitution, and promoting the participation of Kenyans in public affairs.

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Dream deferred? Pastoralists, rights and the constitution

SEEKING GREENER PASTURES IN THE CITY: Maasai herdsmen with their cattle in a field. Photos/Angwenyi GichanaSEEKING GREENER PASTURES IN THE CITY: Maasai herdsmen with their cattle in a field. Photos/Angwenyi Gichana

 

Sunday, August 3, 2014 - 00:00 -- BY KORIR SINGOEI

How has the constitution of Kenya (2010) impacted pastoralists? Pastoralists are linguistically and culturally diverse. Turkana, Somalia, Borana, Maasai, Pokot, Gabbra, Samburu, among others,...Katiba Corner Articles

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