Addressing the challenges of stateless minority groups: case study of the Nubians in Kibera
MURAGURI, MONICA WAHURA
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The focus on the study of minorities has been driven by both international and national desire to create peace and stability for all. Currently, the major problem is how to best extend protection towards this group at both national and international law levels. While many agree that there is a need to protect minority groups from discrimination as well as preventing the infringement of basic human rights, there is a clear dearth in terms of measures in place that will protect and extend to the group fundamental equal rights. Thus, the problem at hand is that Kenya does not have sufficient legal avenues to address the challenges facing minorities and protect the rights of its stateless minorities.