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    • ADR, access to justice and development in Kenya 

      Kariuki, Muigua; Kariuki, Francis (Kariuki Muigua and Company, 2014-05)
      Development is not feasible in a conflict situation. Conflicts and disputes must be managed effectively and expeditiously for development to take place. Formal mechanisms for conflict management have not always been ...
    • Analysing the future of international criminal justice in Africa: a focus on the ICC 

      Ngolo, Emily Wakesho (Strathmore University Press, 2016-01)
      The International Criminal Court has generally a bad reputation in the African continent as a whole with hostile assertions by the African Union, that the court is nothing but a political tool for the powerful. The Court, ...
    • Embracing online dispute resolution as an avenue to Justice in Kenya 

      Kariuki, James Ngotho (Strathmore University, 2017-01)
      Online Dispute Resolution (hereinafter ‘ODR’) is a branch of dispute resolution that incorporates aspects of information and communication technology (hereinafter ‘ICT’). However, this does not limit the scope of ODR to ...
    • Epistolary jurisdiction as a means of enhancing access to justice in Kenya 

      Kamau, Rexie Ndoria (Strathmore University, 2018)
      The right of access to justice is a fundamental right provided for under any Bill of Rights. It establishes the right of any individual to move to a court or any judicial tribunal in order to enforce or protect rights and ...
    • Epistolary jurisdiction: a means of making courts responsive to the needs of the poor in Uganda 

      Namawejje, Barbra Justine (Strathmore University, 2019)
      The objective of this study to suggest the adoption of epistolary jurisdiction by the courts in Uganda to improve access to justice for persons living in poverty. Of the 37.7 million people living in Uganda, 10 million are ...
    • International Criminal Justice in Africa 

      HJ van der Merwe; Kemp, Gerhard; Asaala, Evelyne Owiye; Asin, Jerusha; Bakama, Eugène; Maunganidze, Ottilia Anna; Retief, Jeanne-Mari; Siwingwa, Emilia (Strathmore University Press, 2016)
      This book contains a collection of papers by members of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung’s African Group of Experts on International Criminal Justice. The book is the third of its kind1 and follows in the footsteps of its ...
    • The justiciability of the right to development in Ghana : mirage or possibility? 

      Kwame, Asare Larbi Paa (Strathmore University Press, 2016-01)
      An analysis of the debate on the right to development (RTD) suggests that the right is pursued as a solution to solve the problems of poverty and underdevelopment. Thus, this study seeks to determine if at the national ...
    • The Sustainability of Traditional Dispute Resolution Mechanism in criminal matters in Kenya 

      Njuguna, Sarah Wairimu (Strathmore University, 2018)
      Traditional dispute resolution mechanisms (TDRMs) have been used since time in memorial to resolves disputes, including criminal matters. However, since independence, they were used less frequently and perceived as inferior, ...