Joint statement by civil society organisations on IEBC’s preparedness in managing the 2022 general elections and emerging electoral issues. Read more.
Leading Civil Society Organizations in Constitutional Governance, Elections, Transparency and Accountability will issue a joint statement detailing recommendations to regulate Election Campaign Finance for the 2022 general elections, and the ongoing nationwide enhanced continuous voter registration (ECVR) drive. Read more
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 the public on the use of state resources during the campaigns for the 2022 general elections and beyond. Read the full press release here.
Nairobi, 24th August 2021: Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya) has today launched a report-“ My Leader, My Choice: Citizens’ Perception of Ethical Leadership in Kenya”. The report details findings of a survey conducted by TI-Kenya to establish citizens’ perceptions, attitudes and opinions on ethical leadership, as espoused in Chapter Six of the Constitution
MEDIA INVITE: Joint Civil Society Statement on the Election Campaign Financing Standoff. Happening tomorrow, 15th August 2021 from 10:00 am at Four Points Hotel - Hurlingham. Read more
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 proponents promising a panacea to the trouble bedeviling the country’s economy. One of the key missing pieces in this conversation is solutions they will proffer to
[caption id="attachment_3025" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Judiciary staff during the training on Governance and Anti-Corruption[/caption] Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya), in partnership with Safemark Group, convened a five-day workshop to train the Kenya Judiciary on good Governance and Anti-Corruption measures. The training held from 19th – to 23rd July 2021 at Hilton Hotel, Nairobi was
To African Union leaders, On the occasion of this fifth African Anti-corruption Day, the 28 Chapters of Transparency International across all Africa’s Regional Economic Communities in Central, East, North, Southern and West Africa take the opportunity again to; Read more
WHAT : COMMEMORATION OF WORLD WHISTLEBLOWER DAY WHEN : 23RD JUNE, 2021 WHO: CIVIL SOCIETY REPRESENTATIVES, WITNESS PROTECTION AGENCY, ETHICS AND ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION, PAST WHISTLEBLOWERS, APNAC-KENYA, OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTION, OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL WHERE: HILTON HOTEL, NAIROBI TIME : FROM 8:00 AM Read more
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