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Utilization of African culture in the implementation of the UN convention on the rights of the child: a case study of Kenya
ABSTRACT The Adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of the child in 1989 was also heralded as a remarkable achievement in child rights advocacy. Amid renewed optimism, it was seen as the ultimate solution to the ...
Challenges in regulation of biomedical research: The case of Kenya
(Mount Kenya University, 2015-10-16)
Unregulated biomedical research has previously caused untold suffering to humankind. History is full of examples of abuse of animal and human subjects for research. Several codes and instruments have been formulated to ...
Corruption and human rights: The role of judicial activism in the ‘fight’ against corruption
This paper locates the philosophical foundations of corruption and human rights by examining normative and definitional challenges. It then explores the human rights implication of corruption and examines how judicial ...
(Re)positioning socio-economic rights as real rights: a response to sceptics.
In place of a unitary international bill of rights, there are two international covenants. This has given rise to the misleading impression that some rights may be less important than other rights and that certain rights ...
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology Law Journal
(LawAfrica Publishing (K) Ltd, 2018)
This paper discusses the place of structural interdicts or post-judgment supervision in the enforcement of socio-economic rights in Kenya in light of the Court of Appeal judgment in Kenya Airports Authority v Mitubell ...
ENHANCING THE REALISATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC RIGHTS IN KENYA: THE MINIMUM CORE OBLIGATION AND THE SUPERVISORY JURISDICTION OF THE COURTS.
(Law Society of Kenya Journal, 2015)
Since time in memorial, civil and political rights have taken precedence over socio-economic rights in Kenya. The promulgation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 heralded the emergence of a novel category of justiciable ...
REALISING OF THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT THROUGH DEVOLUTION IN KENYA.
(Law Society of Kenya Journal, 2016)
It is arguable that there is a strong and direct link between the right to development (RTD) and devolution. This paper seeks to bring demonstrate the linkage between devolution and the realization of the RTD in Kenya.