|The Right to Health: A Case Study of Kisumu County
This report sets out the findings that were made on questions concerning, accessibility, availability, acceptability and quality of health services within Kisumu County. It identifies 2 existing gaps and makes recommendations on what needs to be done to plug the gaps. The data presented in the report provides evidence-based information to the relevant stakeholders in the health sector and this information can be used to design appropriate interventions.
|Gender Audit of the Situation of WHRD 2017
The aim of this research study is to quantify the scale and types of violence against WHRDs and their families, communities and organizations, as well as to describe the characteristics of these attacks, including potential gender dimensions and on a larger scale so as to inform national intervention policies and programmes.
|KNCHR ADVISORY BRIEF ON THE ELECTION OFFENCES (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2017
The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) submits this advisory brief pursuant to its constitutional function under Article 59(d) which mandates the Commission to monitor investigate and report on the observance of the human rights in all spheres of life in the Republic including protecting constitutionalism.
The KNCHR is committed to the furtherance of the national values and principles articulated under Article 10 of the Constitution. KNCHR is of the view that a credible election process is key to safeguarding democratic gains. KNCHR therefore has been involved in ensuring that electoral reforms are in consonance with democratic and governance ideals enumerated in the constitution. The Constitution emphasizes that public resources must always be used only for the public good.
|A COUNTRY UNDER SIEGE:THE STATE OF SECURITY IN KENYA-AN OCCASIONAL REPORT (2010 – 2014)
This is an occasional report of the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights on the State of Security in Kenya since the promulgation of the Constitution (2010 – 2014). The report looks at the extent to which the changes witnessed in the Security Sector have directly translated to the protection and promotion of human rights in Kenya and the necessary actions that ought to be taken by the duty bearers in guaranteeing the rights of Kenya within the framework of the law.
|MAKING THE BILL OF RIGHTS OPERATIONAL : POLICY, LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PRIORITIES AND CONSIDERATIONS
The coming into effect of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 is only a beginning of the process of change that Kenyans voted for. Real and
meaningful change will happen only when the letter and spirit of the Constitution is effected. In this occasional report, the Commission seeks to provide policy makers and policy implementers with practical ideas on how to utilise the Bill of Rights while undertaking their executive, legislative or judicial functions under the Constitution.
The report has been compiled following a study of the conceptual and practical uses of Bills of Rights around the world. Specific themes in Kenya’s Bill of Rights have been reviewed alongside comparable experiences from other jurisdictions.
OBJECTS OF PITY OR INDIVIDUALS WITH RIGHTS: THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
This report is prepared with the core aim of advising the Government, including the President and Legislature, on policy, legislative and administrative reforms needed to enhance the right to education for persons with disabilities. This study was undertaken following complaints brought to the Commission alleging violation of the right to education of children with disabilities.
These allegations presented themselves in terms of denial of admission or expulsion from regular schools on the basis of disability as well as the failure of the Government to fund some special schools. After undertaking initial investigations into the complaints, the National Commission decided to undertake wider research in order to establish the systemic nature of the problems confronting education for children with disabilities.