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Kenya’s Decision to Evict the Ogiek Community from the Mau Forest was in Violation of its Rights as an Indigenous Community that it ought to have Protected and Effected as under the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights. African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights v Republic of Kenya African Court on Human and […]

Lohe lssa Konate v. Burkina Faso African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights Application No. 00412013 AKUFFO S.A.B.,President, NGOEPE B.M. Vice President, Ramadhani A.S.L., Thompson E.N., Niyungeko G., Tambala D.,ORE S., GUISSE E.H., KIOKO B., ABA K. JJ December 5, 2014 Reported by: Linda Awuor & Enock Amolo Download the Decision International Law-law of Treaty- […]

The Judiciary Committee on Elections (JCE) was launched in August 2015 as a standing committee to provide a sustainable mechanism to assist the Judiciary to continuously prepare for and discharge its mandate on election disputes resolution. Further to the public participation held on 1st April, 2017, on the Elections (Parliamentary and County Elections) Petition Rules, […]

Kenya Law participated in the Employment and Labour relations Court annual Open day on 19th May, 2017 at the Milimani Commercial Court grounds. Organized by the Judiciary, the Forum created an opportunity for the Public and other stakeholders to freely engage with the court on its services. The theme of the event was “Sustaining Judiciary […]

A Collective Agreement Binding Non-party Workers to it in Various Locations Constituting a Single Workplace is Constitutionally Valid. Association of Mine workers and Construction Union and Others v Chamber of Mines of South Africa and 6 others Constitutional Court of South Africa Case CCT 87/16 Nkabinde ACJ, Cameron, Froneman, Jafta, Madlanga,Zondo, Mhlantla JJ and Mbha […]

Steven Deniss v The Attorney General of the Republic of Burundi & 5 Others East African Court of Justice Reference No. 3 of 2015 Monica K. Mugenyi, Isaac Lenaola, Faustin Ntezilyayo March 31, 2017 Reported by: Linda Awuor & Enock Amolo Download the Decision International Law-Law of the Treaty-Fundamental Right-Right to access justice-whether the two […]

Court Holds Libya in Violation of Human Rights for Institution of Illegal Criminal Procedure African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights v Libya African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights Application 002/2013 Ramadhani A.S.L P, Thompson E.N. VP; Niyungeko G, Ouguergouz F, Tambala D, Ore S, Guisse E.H, Kioko B, Achour R.B, Bossa S.B, Matusse […]

Immigration Rules on Financial Requirements in the UK for non-EEA Members Need to Conform to Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights R (on the applications of MM (Lebanon) and 3 others) v Secretary of State for the Home Department SS (Congo) v Entry Clearance Officer, Nairobi The Supreme Court of the United […]

The Judiciary Committee on Elections (JCE) was launched in August 2015, as a standing committee to provide a sustainable mechanism to assist the Judiciary continuously prepare for and discharge its mandate on election dispute resolutions. In preparation for the upcoming 2017 elections, the JCE has reviewed the Elections (Parliamentary and County Elections) Petition Rules, 2013 […]

The Decision by the National Executive to Deliver the Notice of Withdrawal of South Africa from the Rome Statute of the ICC without Prior Parliamentary Approval was Unconstitutional and Invalid. Democratic Alliance vMinister of International Relations and Cooperation & 10 Others High Court of South Africa (Gauteng Division, Pretoria) Case No: 83145/2016 Mojapelo DJP, Makgoka […]

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