High levels of poverty and a predominantly rural population raise questions of vulnerability to manipulation during large scale land acquisitions in Kenya.
In Africa, the 1960s witnessed a strong desire by the new governments to replace colonial administrative arrangements. This led to many countries introducing different forms of decentralisation.Published dateTuesday, January 2, 2007 - 05:00
In the case of the seasonal migration of blind beggars from Mali to Senegal, due to cultural relativism, the Malian girls engaged as guides for the blind do not necessarily fit prevailing social constructions of ‘children’ and ‘gender’ upon whichPublished date2013
Decentralisation, local politics and the construction of women's citizenship : Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania
The Centre for Basic Research (CBR) carries out research in areas of constitutionalism, civil society, governance, gender, environment, and labour.Published dateMonday, January 2, 2006 - 05:00