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on Feb 5, 2023
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EAC SECRETARIAT ISO 9001:2015 Certified PRESS RELEASE EAC OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES THE VERIFICATION MISSION TO ASSESS SOMALIA’S READINESS TO JOIN THE COMMUNITY Microsoft Word – PRESS RELEASE – EAC OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES THE VERIFICATION MISSION TO ASSESS SOMALIA’S READINESS TO JOIN THE COMMUNITY.docx The verification team comprising of experts from the EAC Partner States shall be in […]

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on Jan 31, 2023
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The 2010 Constitution sought to re-imagine our judicial system by establishing specialized courts with the same status as the High Court. Kenyans felt that the areas of employment and labour relations, and the environment and land disputes deserve special and focused attention, beyond the general approach to all other disputes. Given the centrality of these […]

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on Jan 2, 2023
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The constitutional provision of the Right to Abortion is envisaged in Article 26 of the Constitution which provides as follows:[1] This article discusses the seeming ambiguities between the provisions of the Constitution and other statutory laws and suggests a balance between two diverse views and opinions surrounding abortion. Section 158 of the Penal Code provides […]

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on Jan 2, 2023
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Life is the essence of human existence, fragile but desired by all.[1] In a civilized and well informed society, respect for life is importantly appreciated.[2] Such respect is a mark of decency, so that any form or arbitrariness, rascality or threat towards human life is not only frowned upon, but condemned and deemed dishonorable to […]

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on Jan 2, 2023
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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948, provides thatall human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.[1] The principle of jus cogens stems from this. The principle of jus cogens Article 53 of Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, 1969 explains that peremptory norms are accepted and recognized under international law […]

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on Jan 2, 2023
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The church became a large propaganda machine with exclusive jurisdiction even over matters such as adultery, bigamy, matrimonial cases and failure to perform oaths. All these were dealt with under Canon law as opposed to secular law in a court. The church’s overwhelming power enabled it to command armies, form allies and foes in politics, […]

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on Jan 2, 2023
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Privacy and data protection from a gender perspective One of the principles of the Human Rights-Based Principles (HRBP) is the principle of quality and non-discrimination. According to this principle that is embedded on international norms and standards, all human beings have equal rights and their dignity is inherent. This principle, therefore, upholds that all human […]

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on Jan 2, 2023
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While the brilliance of this intellectual legacy will certainly endure, it will also have to contend with the shadows of the numerous controversies that marked Benedict’s time as pope and, later, as pope emeritus. Priest and professor Benedict was born Josef Alois Ratzinger on April 16, 1927, in Marktl am Inn, Germany. During World War […]

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on Jan 2, 2023
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Red flags The applications have posed a danger to artists who suffer from the AI models using their work without their consent. The AIs take artworks by artists who put forth a lot of effort to build their abilities and use them for a “nonprofit” project without their consent or payment. Interestingly, in their terms […]

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on Jan 2, 2023
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What eventually tilted the scales towards my departure for Tanzania was the overwhelming sense of accomplishment and pride that I had experienced earlier in 2022 over the Easter holidays when I successfully summited Mt. Kenya. After the feat, I traveled back home for festivities to join family and friends, and only then did I entertain […]