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An Independent Constitutional Commission established by Article 59 of the Constitution mandated to promote, protect human rights and freedoms for ALL in Kenya
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KSG Dir. of Academic Affairs Dr. Mwanzia during the launch of the ECOSOC training program.KNCHR, Council of Governors & KSG developed a manual & curriculum which targets public aims at promoting human rights in Development & Planning.
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KNCHR Feb 14
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KNCHR Feb 14
It’s a wrap!The launch of the Kisii University Human Rights Club comes to an end with recognition of the Club’s leaders and cake cutting. To the course for human rights championing- Aluta continua!
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KNCHR Feb 14
In human rights,we don’t treat any human being as an object of pity and curiosity. Human rights treats people as human beings who are diverse in nature,culture,color, sex and with rights and responsibilities.
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KNCHR Feb 14
The Intersex conversation continues. Kwamboka Kibagendi, an intersex person addresses Kisii University Human Rights Club members about the challenges of being an intersex person in Kenya.
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KNCHR Feb 14
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KNCHR Feb 14
Meanwhile at Kisii University, KNCHR’s Vice Chairperson, Commissioner George Morara addresses the students and founders of the Kisii University Human Rights Club.
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KNCHR Feb 13
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KNCHR Feb 13
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KNCHR Feb 13
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UNFPA Kenya Feb 12
Replying to @UNFPAKen
“We must work towards a future where every woman,girl, man and boy can enjoy all their rights” Hon Dr Olanrewaju Tejuoso Senator Nigeria
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KNCHR Feb 7
Towards improving the learning environment in schools. Condolences to family and friends of Kakamega Primary School pupils.
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KNCHR Feb 7
Towards improving the learning environment in schools. Condolences to family and friends of Kakamega Primary School pupils.
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KNCHR Feb 7
Towards improving the learning environment in schools. Condolences to family and friends of Kakamega Primary School pupils.
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KNCHR Feb 3
KNCHR hosts delegates of the Cameroon National Commission on Human Rights who are on a study visit to learn how the Commission Carries out its mandate on protection of human rights.
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KNCHR Feb 3
The 2019 August census was a milestone achieved at acknowledging intersex persons in the country. However there is need for more advocacy to duty bearers and the public.KNCHR in partnership with IPICC sensitized curriculum developers at KICD on the same.
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KNCHR Feb 3
There are different offenses classified as petty offenses or misdemeanors by the Laws of Kenya. According to studies done,most Kenyan prisons are congested due to the high numbers of petty offenders incarcerated. Who is a petty offender; what is your take on the same?
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KNCHR Feb 2
Working at ensuring that our society is built on foundations of respect for human rights should be a vision in each and every mind. What greater achievement can a country achieve than a culture of dignity and high regard of human rights for all,equally.
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KNCHR Jan 23
Respect for human rights will foster cohesion and growth for where there is peace there is development and where there is development,there is peace
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KNCHR Jan 23
Every human right has a corresponding responsibility.Violations begin where we trample on each other’s Rights in the name of championing for our own. What we ought to do is strike a balance.
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