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Governing the commons through customary law systems of water governance
(CEESP and IUCN, 2014)
The resilience of customary law systems of natural resource governance in many parts of the world lends credence to Ostrom’s theory on the governance of commons. Ostrom argued that resource users who enjoy relative ...
Governance,institutions & the human condition
This is a series of papers at the Fifth Annual Strathmore Conference published by LawAfrica
ADR, access to justice and development in Kenya
(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 ...
An analysis of penal law objectives in child abuse cases: a comparison of the Kenyan and Canadian experiences
(Strathmore University, 2016)
The main objective of this paper is to assess the veracity of penal law objectives in child abuse cases in Kenya. The Children's Act under Section 2 looks at child abuse as consisting physical, sexual, psychological and ...
Stein’s ethic of care: an alternative perspective to reflections on women lawyering
(Routledge publishing, 2011)
The book features significant and timely contributions which take contemporary and non-mainstream perspectives on the current and future shape of the legal profession. The essays not only describe the rapidly changing ...
Minors, sex and the law: rethinking the regulation of consensual sex between minors in Kenya
(Strathmore University, 2018)
According to the Sexual Offences Act of Kenya (2006), minors cannot consent to sex. Any act of sex with a minor is deemed defilement, a strict liability offence, punishable by law. This provision in law was aimed at ...