Analysis of the NGO Coordination Board v Erick Gitari and others in light of the Hart-Devlin debate on law and morality

Regarding the debate, both scholars shared distinct perspectives in terms of law enforcing morality. Professor Hart was of the view that law and morality are two distinct and should be treated as such. Additionally, he argued that the law has no authority over morality and should not be a tool used to enforce it especially […]

Issue 90 - July 2023, Legislation
July 06, 2023
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Why legislators continue to be a disgrace in Kenya

In Kenya, the main functions of the Legislature are representation, legislation and oversight.[6] This means that Kenyan legislators are representatives of citizens’ interests, who deliberate and approve relevant legislation to promote the country’s development and democratic governance, oversee the actions and governance of the Executive power, as well as the national budget and its execution. […]

Issue 90 - July 2023, Mediation
July 06, 2023
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A future cultured in mediation

Meditation is a voluntary, confidential, and non-binding process in which an impartial third party facilitates negotiations between parties, helping them reconcile and settle. Once a settlement is drafted and signed by the parties, it becomes binding upon them. It is a party-centered process focusing on their needs, interests and priorities. It is often employed but […]