The 101 Booklet Launch.

The primary purpose of 101 things you wanted to know about the Police But Were Too afraid to Ask is to improve relations between the Police and the Public. The Launch will bring together diverse groups drawn from the Government, the Police, Civil Society and the Private Sector.


Katiba Institute Workshop on Article 47 on March 21st –  22nd at the Kenya School of Government. 

Article 47 provides for fair administrative action. This affects both the Public and the Private sector. This meeting will focus on how Article 47 can be fully realised in Kenya and set and agenda toward its proper and full realization. The meeting will bring together Government, Civil Society, Scholars, The Judiciary and Legal Experts.


Katiba Institute (KI) and Transform Empowerment for Action Initiative (TEAM),Media Breakfast meeting on the Recall Law Petition happening tomorrow at the Imperial Hotel Kisumu.

The recall law is provided for in article 104 of the Constitution requiring Parliament to put in place enabling provisions that will facilitate the recall of a Member of Parliament mid-term by his or her constituent. While Parliament has provided for this procedure under Section 45 (3) Elections Act of 2011, the procedures and requirements of recall set out in the Act are too complex and impractical and render this constitutional requirement ineffective.