More than 500 indigenous and farmer organisations across the continents have raised their voices to expose the UN’s Food Systems Summit as only advocating one food system—so they’re being silenced.
To resist the efforts of Cambridge Analytica and similar social saboteurs in the media and the academy, we must believe in our capacity to vote on a diversity of issues.
Would US-Kenya relations be significantly different today had the al-Qaeda attacks not taken place?
The International Domestic Workers Federation and UNI Global Union demand that all workers of the formal and informal economy are guaranteed social protection.
A collaborative approach by all stakeholders is crucial in order to curb the spread of content that undermines healthy democratic activity without subverting healthy online engagement.
The law needs to be changed to allow herders to carry arms to safeguard livestock rearing which is a valuable economic activity in northern Kenya.
The choice between homeschooling and institutional education is not a real one. And homeschooling does not offer an alternative education but merely an alternative venue and facilitator.
Call for an immediate cessation of hostilities and call on all civil society organizations in our country to focus on activities of transforming conflicts as well as engaging in comprehensive peacebuilding and reconciliation efforts.
Vaccine costs have pushed many developing countries to the back of the vaccine queue, with most low-income ones not even lining up. Poor nations cannot afford to provide relief or stimulate recovery.
Education benefits each person individually and, at the same time, benefits society in general, through its contribution to the formation of better prepared citizens.
Assistant Secretary for African Affairs Ambassador Robert Godec is a seasoned veteran of Kenyan post-2007 politics.
We have become a bandit economy. The gap between rich and poor is enormous in Kenya. That is not just because of their different income, but primarily because of their different outlook on the country. From the perspective of the poor inhabitants – the majority – Kenya’s elite is rich thanks to massive corruption.