The Kenyan Constitutional Reform Process: A Case Study on the work of FIDA Kenya in Securing Women’s Rights
The case study is organized into chronologically-based categories of work based on the different phases of the reform process. It suggests that making the demand for women’s rights within high-level processes of legal reform entails a huge range of tasks and skills, which include experience in legal analysis and the drafting of law, media strategy, political networking, community education, and intensive planning in often unpredictable situations. While none of this would surprise legal activists, and organizations already committed to securing women’s rights within the law, the level and demands of the work suggest that we cannot ignore the need to continue to document the nature of women’s right work in the legal terrain.
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