The Judiciary Gender Audit Report 2019 is the product of an introspective institutional audit of the Judiciary on the principles of gender and inclusion as key constitutional imperatives. The report analyzes the gender sensitivity and responsiveness of the Judiciary as a whole in its internal operations and delivery on its external mandate. It also describes how the Judiciary managed its workforce and how it delivered justice to its constituents.
This report presents perceptions of youth on their involvement and on equality of opportunity in representation and participation in governance. It documents findings of the assessment in five counties namely Taita Taveta, Trans-Nzoia, Tharaka-Nithi, Nyeri and Vihiga. It makes recommendations to the National and County Governments on how to mainstream issues of youth and to ensure their effective participation in governance and development.
The Guide contains concrete and concise information that can be directly applied to practical tasks such as planning, program implementation, reporting and evaluating development undertakings at county level. In addition, the Guide can be of use to gender advisors and instructors. It is also a crucial monitoring tool to the several Constitutional Commissions, the National Government officers and to the donors and funders of the county governments.
The Equalization Fund is an affirmative action legal instrument in line with Article 27(6) of the Constitution of Kenya that seeks to address the provision of these services by channelling resources to identified marginalized counties and by extension marginalised funds to bring the quality of those services to the level generally enjoyed by the rest of the nation. The National Gender and Equality.
Commission is mandated to among others work with other relevant institutions in the development of standards for the implementation of policies for the progressive realization of the economic and social rights specified in Article 43 of the Constitution and other written laws.
The report documents historical perspectives to marginalization in Kenya, in particular detailing various legislative and administrative reforms during colonial and post-colonial period that entrenched marginalization. Drawing on countries’ experiences, the report presents international practices on representation and integration of ethnic minorities and Marginalized communities in varying spheres of development.
REPORT ON 10TH WORKING SESSION OF THE OPEN-ENDED WORKING GROUP ON AGEING, 15th – 18th April 2019, UN HQ, NEW YORK
A child’s view on the proposal to lower the age of consent to 16 years
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