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KNCHR Advisory on The Security Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2014

KNCHR has reviewed the Security Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2014 and on 15th December 2014 presented its views to the National Assembly through the Administration and National Security Committee. We make these observations and proposals in the public interest.


PROHIBITION OF HATE SPEECH BILL, 2008  

A Bill for An Act of Parliament to make provision for the prohibition of Hate Speech and for connected purposes.
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THE INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS BILL, 2012

A Bill for An ACT of Parliament to make provision for the protection and assistance to internally displaced persons and give effect to the Great Lakes Protocol on the Protection and Assistance to Internally Displaced Persons and the United Nations Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement and for connected purposes.


KNCHR advisory brief on proposed amendments to the national police service act

The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) submits this advisory brief pursuant to its constitutional function under Article 59(d) which mandates the Commission to monitor investigate and report on the observance of the human rights in all spheres of life in the Republic including the observance by national security organs. The KNCHR has since inception been at the forefront in the process of transforming the policing organs from regime policing to democratic policing which is more transparent, responsive and accountable to the people of Kenya.


KNCHR advisory brief on proposed amendments to the national police service act - Submission 2

The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) submits this advisory brief pursuant to its constitutional function under Article 59(d) which mandates the Commission to monitor investigate and report on the observance of the human rights in all spheres of life in the Republic including the observance by national security organs. The KNCHR has since inception been at the forefront in the process of transforming the policing organs from regime policing to democratic policing which is more transparent, responsive and accountable to the people of Kenya.

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