Transparency International Kenya launches campaign watch portal to monitor the use of state resources in election campaigns.
Nairobi-Kenya, 10th September 2021: Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya) has today launched an online portal dabbed ‘Campaign Watch’, a platform to collect reports from [...]Read more Transparency International Kenya launches campaign watch portal to monitor the use of state resources in election campaigns.
As the political campaign season heats up, various economic approaches have been proposed and dominated Kenya’s political lexicon lately, with presidential aspirants and their [...]Read more Debate on Kenya’s economy must include a cure to the endemic corruption
Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya), in partnership with Safemark Group, convened a five-day workshop to train the Kenya Judiciary on good Governance and [...]Read more TI-Kenya trains the Judiciary on Corruption Mitigation Measures.
In Africa, corruption – as an ‘age-old plague’ has metamorphosed into new forms, so lethal that Sub-Saharan Africa still ranks as the lowest-performing region with an average [...]Read more Regional Cooperation: A critical aspect in winning the war on corruption
On the 23rd of June every year, the world is called upon to remember and celebrate valiant individuals who risk life and limb to come forth to disclose information about [...]Read more Protect Whistleblowers from Acts of Reprisal
The decision by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to approve a US$ 2.34 billion loan package to support Kenya’s pandemic response and economic reform programme, reduce [...]Read more Fight on corruption is panacea to public debt crisis
By Mary Maneno: “… We must take a comprehensive approach to Justice and the Rule of Law. It should encompass the entire criminal justice chain, not only police, but [...]Read more Traditional dispute resolution mechanisms, a viable tool in land conflicts in Kenya
By Gerald Omumbo A national conference on Illicit financial flows in Kenya has called for expeditious implementation of legislations that will enhance Beneficial Ownership [...]Read more Conference Calls for Prompt Implementation of Laws to Curb Illicit Financial Flows in Kenya
By Issabelah Mutuku TI-Kenya in partnership with Oxfam in Kenya and the Kenya Civil Society Platform on Oil & Gas convened a stakeholders’ webinar to explore the inclusion [...]Read more A Gendered Approach to Kenya’s Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA)
By Titus Gitonga To celebrate 10 years since the promulgation of the Constitution on August 27, 2010, our Executive Director Sheila Masinde joined other governance [...]Read more Ten years of implementing chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya