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Protest against the police brutality in Nigeria. (Photo: Tosin James/Unsplash)
Upcoming Events
30 Oct 20
Online event explores how journalists need to approach this challenging issue.
Project Highlight
18 Jul 20
Website to provide multimedia training and resources for fact-checking and investigations.
John-Allan Namu of Africa Uncensored speaking at a Voices for Change roundtable event in Nairobi, Kenya. July 2019. (Photo courtesy of John-Allan Namu)
19 Jul 19
Investigative journalism is being used as a robust tool for advocacy.
Project Highlight
18 Mar 19
Event hears that collaboration is key in the fight against abuses.
Kenyatta appeared before the ICC's judges in October 2014.The court's prosecutor has been unable to secure sufficient evidence to put Kenya's president on trial. (Photo: ICC-CPI/Flickr)
7 Dec 14
High-profile failure exposes weaknesses in the way the court runs investigations, but also a lack of international resolve to make it work.
Edna Auma has run for office in the last two local elections but without success. (Photo: Robert Wanjala)
14 Nov 14
Why female participation in politics is so low in Nairobi’s largest slum.
Caption: School children in Kenya are being increasingly targeted by efforts to radicalise the country's youth. (Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland)
13 Nov 14
Schools and mosques become the focus as Islamic militants seek to exploit local grievances.
Spectators run to join a political rally ahead of a general election in 2007. (Photo: Micro Kid/Flickr)
28 Oct 14
Politicians urged to watch their language and curb unruly supporters.
An attack in June in the coastal region of Lamu highlighted failings in Kenya's security services. (Photo: Daudi Were/Flickr)
21 Oct 14
Report by police oversight body calls for simplified command structure to guarantee swift response to attacks.
The vetting of Kenya's 78,000 police officers has fallen badly behind schedule. (Photo: Daudi Were/Flickr)
16 Oct 14
Too few officers have undergone vetting, and not many people are brave enough to come forward with information on abuses.