Making Justice Work for Women: Kenya Country Report

Type Report
Title Making Justice Work for Women: Kenya Country Report
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2016
URL Full Report.pdf
In a series of three country reports, we present the findings of the project, Making
Transitional Justice Work for Women: Rights, Resilience and Responses to Violence Against
Women in Democratic Republic of Congo, Northern Uganda and Kenya (Grant ID:
G160214). This report details findings from Kenya; the other two country reports present
findings from northern Uganda and the DRC.1 Summary reports for each country are also
The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) funded this project under
the Australian Development Research Awards Scheme (ADRAS) 2012.3 The scheme, which
is no longer available, funded primary research into Australia’s priority development themes,
with the purpose of informing policy development. This research project addressed the
priority themes of “Gender” and “Africa.” It was a multi-partner collaboration between the
University of Sydney (Sydney Law School), University of Technology Sydney (Arts and
Social Sciences), and ActionAid Australia, DRC, Uganda, and Kenya. The project ran from
April 2013 to October 2015.

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