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Delivering on the promise of peace? Devolution in Isiolo, Kenya
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Delivering on the promise of peace? Devolution in Isiolo, Kenya

Polarisation has long been a feature of Kenyan politics. In 2010, in an effort to address tensions, the government set out a plan to devolve power to 47 counties. Eight years on, has devolution delivered on its promise of peace and inclusion?

30 August 2018
Time to reflect, vote (again) and build a peaceful nation
Comment & analysis

Time to reflect, vote (again) and build a peaceful nation

The 1 September 2017 ruling by the Kenyan Supreme Court to annul the results of last month’s presidential election and call a new vote in 60 days’ time is a rare example of institutional independence in Kenya’s super-charged political environment.

4 September 2017
Finally! A peace policy for Kenya
Comment & analysis

Finally! A peace policy for Kenya

With a history of inter-ethnic tension, land conflict and election-related violence, Kenya’s recent adoption of its long-awaited peace policy is a welcome step towards better coordinated efforts at building peace, argues Maria Osula.

4 November 2015
Kenyan elections: avoiding election replay
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Kenyan elections: avoiding election replay

In the run up to the March 2013 elections we discuss the progress made by the Kenyan authorities and challenges which remain to ensure the elections proceed peacefully

11 February 2013