Kabarak Law School partnered with Heinrich Böll Stiftung, which funded the Annual Law Conference on ‘Devolution of power and inclusion of the marginalised in Kenya’, and research on the publication, ‘Decentralisation and inclusion in Kenya from pre-colonial times to the first decade of devolution’ which was published on 11 October 2022.
Kabarak Law School partnered with Save the Children International – Kenya, which funded the Conference on ‘Reflections on the rights of the child in Kenya: Past present and future’ held on 18 November 2022, the 1st Model of the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child Competition and the publication of the ‘Kabarak Journal of Law and Ethics’, Volume 7, 2023, which will be published on 16 June 2023.
Kabarak Law School also partnered with Amnesty International Kenya, which funded an intervarsity debate on ‘Police brutality and “status-quoism” in Kenya’ held on 25 November 2022. The debate was in honour of the Kianjokoma brothers killed at the hands of the Police extra-judicially.
Kabarak Law School partnered with Kenya National Commission on Human Rights, which funded the book: ‘Mental health in the criminal justice system’ in August 2022. The publication is scheduled for launch on 8 June 2023.
We received funding to host the Annual Law Conference on “Nothing for us without us: Securing the dignity of persons with psychological and intellectual disabilities in the criminal justice system”, held on 7 September 2021, from the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights and the Validity Foundation. The end product for this project is a book Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System which will be published April 2022.
We also received funding to host and participate in the conference on “Building solutions for Internally Displaced Persons in Africa” from the Global Engagement Network on Internal Displacement in Africa.