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Media’s place in devolution

The Constitution of Kenya 2010 is expected to entrench devolution, freedom of expression, and media as key parameters in constitutional implementation. Prof Ben Sihanya analyses how the media should cover devolution in the Kenyan and comparative context. To read the full article, click here.

The path Kenyan media must travel to secure electoral justice

Freedom of expression and the media regarding elections is adversely influenced by the state elite and media ownership and control. It is noteworthy that freedom of expression and the media has largely improved since 1988 in the preelection phase. However, these freedoms have been curtailed by the politically affiliated state elite and media owners or...

Media freedom anchored in law, but…

Freedom of expression, access to information, and media freedom are threatened in Kenya. I will address three research objectives, research questions, and hypotheses. First, what is freedom of expression, access to information, and media information under the Kenyan Constitution of 2010? How about in the South African Constitution 1996, the US Constitution 1787 and 1791,...

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