JOINT CIVIL SOCIETY STATEMENT ON ELECTION PREPAREDNESS AND OTHER PERTINENT ELECTORAL ISSUES IN KENYA
Sunday, 17th July 2022, Nairobi We, members of the CSO organizations under the banner of Uchaguzi Platform, have been reflecting on the state of electoral preparedness and [...]Read more JOINT CIVIL SOCIETY STATEMENT ON ELECTION PREPAREDNESS AND OTHER PERTINENT ELECTORAL ISSUES IN KENYA
On Africa Anti-Corruption Day, 28 Transparency International chapters across Africa have sent an open letter to the leaders of the African Union (AU), reminding them of [...]Read more OPEN LETTER TO THE AFRICAN UNION ON THE OCCASION OF THE SIXTH AFRICAN ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY
JOINT CIVIL SOCIETY STATEMENT ON ELECTION PREPAREDNESS AND OTHER OBTAINING ELECTORAL ISSUES IN KENYA_26_6_2022
With 43 days left until the August polls and with official campaigns having started in earnest, we, members of the CSO organizations under the banner of Uchaguzi Platform, [...]Read more JOINT CIVIL SOCIETY STATEMENT ON ELECTION PREPAREDNESS AND OTHER OBTAINING ELECTORAL ISSUES IN KENYA_26_6_2022
Whistleblowers help reveal more corporate fraud than management reviews and audits together, making them invaluable in unearthing corrupt practices. They are valiant [...]Read more WE MUST PROTECT THOSE WHO SPEAK UP AGAINST CORRUPTION
On 29th March 2021, Transparency International Kenya, Inuka Kenya Trust and The Kenya Legal & Ethical Issues Network on HIV and AIDS (KELIN) wrote to the Office of the [...]Read more KENYANS DEMAND COVID-19 KEMSA PROBE UPDATE AND ACTION
Safeguarding the integrity of the electoral process is key in the realization of credible, peaceful, free and fair elections in Kenya. Read moreRead more Safeguarding the Integrity of the Electoral Process in Kenya
As members of civil society organizations, we hold that an electoral process that takes a wrong turn could potentially threaten the country’s heritage and aspirations of [...]Read more THE STATE OF ELECTORAL PREPAREDNESS
Thursday, 5th May 2022 – Nairobi, Kenya: The High Court of Kenya has today declared that election campaign spending limits in Sections 12, 18 and 19 of the Election [...]Read more High Court Ruling Spells Clarity in the Regulation of Campaign Financing in Kenya
We have noted with deep concern the seeming lack of commitment by key election oversight institutions to enforce and uphold values of Chapter 6 especially during the 2022 [...]Read more EACC should be declared the final custodian of Chapter 6 of the Constitution
Joint Civil Society Statement on the good, the bad and the ugly of the just concluded political party primaries.
Sunday, 24th April 2022, Nairobi: Political Parties held their party primaries in line with the IEBC’s statutory requirement that allparties hold nominations and resolve any [...]Read more Joint Civil Society Statement on the good, the bad and the ugly of the just concluded political party primaries.