In the past, civil society actively promoted democratic ideals to nurture healthy habits to reform the Kenyan state. Today, the terrain of civil struggle has radically been transformed by global and local forces shaking the grounds of traditional civil action. But has this shift signalled the end of civil society or a transition to a new type of civil society? The Elephant speaks to Wambua Kawive, a civil society leader and writer.
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