The undelivered promise of electoral justice by the Constitution of Kenya, 2010:

Background information and possible reforms Since we attained self-independence as a nation in 1963, every single election that we have is always followed by unnumbered election petitions and a lot of violence. This clearly shows that Kenyans have no trust in our electoral systems including the electoral commissions that the 2010 Constitution of Kenya tends […]

Issue No. 83 | Dec 2022, Social Justice Advocacy
December 30, 2022
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Black Panther in the classroom: how Afrofuturism in a film helped trainee teachers in South Africa

While I enjoyed and was entertained by the first film, I was also struck by its potential as a teaching tool. Its Afrofuturistic approach – using the past to imagine futures that differ from existing historical narratives – could, I thought, be a catalyst for dispelling myths about African history, culture and tradition. It might […]