Sunday, 10th April 2022, Nairobi As the 9th August 2022 general elections draws near, the rise in political temperatures witnessed across the country continue to drive jitters. In the past few months, pockets of political violence have been reported in some parts of the country. Further, the country has witnessed swirling political
As the August 9 General Election draws near, political parties are conducting primaries or actively preparing for this process that is often bedevilled by violence, replete with corruption, alleged vote rigging, and failure to observe meritocracy, thereby denying people of good standing opportunity to ascend to leadership positions. Shambolic primaries that
To adequately implement its climate change policy, the Government of Kisumu, through the support of Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya), commissioned the vulnerability assessment of the County. The goal of the study was to develop a comprehensive picture of current and future climate change risks as well as identify stress factors to
25th January 2022: The 2021 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) released today by Transparency International, the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption, reveals that corruption levels have stagnated worldwide at a time when human rights and democracy are under attack. Read more
Welcome to our latest issue of the Adili E-newsletter. In this issue, we highlight the major milestones realized within the fourth quarter of the year 2021 in our efforts to realize a corruption-free Kenya. Read more
Joint Statement by Election Stakeholders on the State of Electoral Preparedness ahead of 2022 General Elections. Read more
[caption id="attachment_3171" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] TI-Kenya Staff showcasing some our works at the International Anti-Corruption Day 2021[/caption] Globally, the International Anti-Corruption Day has been observed on 9th December annually, since the passage of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption in 2003. The commemoration aims to raise awareness on corruption and of
This morning, jointly, the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK), Transparency International- Kenya and Amnesty International- Kenya, and in exercising our joint mandates of safeguarding the public interest, will be commenting on the following policy interventions that have a direct bearing on the citizens and accountability in Kenya.
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We, the Police Reforms Working Group - Kenya, comprising of human rights organizations, legal entities, social justice centers, women organizations, security sector reforms associations, pressure groups as well as youth entities, having met in Mombasa from Sunday 17th to Wednesday 20th October, 2021, to consider the state of security vis
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