The office of Kenya Children’s Legal Aid Work is often called upon to mediate between parties (mostly parents) disagreeing over the right way to support and take care of children. The party seeking help is asked to deliver summons and on an agreed upon date, they arrive at the offices … Read moreThe BEAUTY OF MEDIATION
Children hold adults in high regard. To them, adulthood is the ultimate stage; the ability to do and say as you please, without the pesky interference of parents and teachers. It’s staggering that adults forget the hero status accorded to them by children. Children always seem to get caught in … Read moreLEAVE THE CHILDREN OUT OF IT!
When I first heard it said that poverty is sexist, I thought, “Here goes more 21st century sound bites phrased in a manner that draws a calculated reaction.” Only after deliberate research and explanation from my more enlightened peers did it make sense. Consider this excerpt from a World … Read moreWOMEN’S RIGHTS ARE CHILDREN’S RIGHTS
When President Barack Obama landed in Kenya on Friday evening, the first person he interacted with was a little girl in white wielding a lovely arrangement of flowers. Standing beside the girl was Kenya’s president, Uhuru Kenyatta, Obama’s host during his stay in Kenya. After his brisk jog down the … Read moreOF CHILDREN’S RIGHTS AND OBAMA’S VISIT…