Katiba State Of Affairs Today.
About this Video
This video is produced by Development Through Media under its Radio Baraza (RB) Short video series. It’s content is derived from the six-part episode of the “DELIBERATIONS” programme titled Katiba State of Affairs Today. “DELIBERATIONS” is a programme series of RB that aims to enhance the involvement of audiences in the deliberations organised by thematic-based CSOs and other partners in the overall development sector, beyond those who participate in them directly.
The clip contains an important assertion by one of the participants at the forum:
CITIZEN JOSEPH ODHIAMBO: MEMBER, MUUNGANO WA WANAVIJIJI KIBRA BRUNCH AND STUDENT OF CRIMINOLOGY
Citizen Joseph Odhiambo shares a growing concern by many Kenyans. He speaks to the core of constitutionalism and citizen awareness when he raises issues with fellow citizens for expecting leaders to fulfil on their election promises without the required actions from the citizens themselves.
About 9th Katiba Day Commemoration
Katiba Day is an event organised annually in commemoration of 27 August, the day the 2010 Constitution of Kenya was promulgated. 2019 marked the 9th year of this commemoration, which was held on 31 August under the leadership of the organising committee comprising Katiba Institute, Mazingira Institute, AwaaZ Magazine, The KHRC, Uraia and other Civil Society Organisations (CSOs).
About the Organising Committee
KATIBA INSTITUTE (KI)
KI was established to promote the understanding and implementation of Kenya’s new Constitution. It aims to enhance the implementation and the realization of the objects of the constitution through research, constitutional education, constitutional litigation and encouraging public participation.
For more information about KI, please log on here: https://www.katibainstitute.org/
MAZINGIRA INSTITUTE (MI)
MI works in the Kenyan Civil Society space as a domestic transitional organisation. Its work involves integrating knowledge and practice for the enhancement of human dignity, realisation of common interest and sustainability of natural environments.
For more info about MI, please log on here: https://mazinst.org/
AWAAZ MAGAZINE (AwaaZ)
The AwaaZ magazine is published tri-annually out of Nairobi, Kenya. It aim is to provide a platform for debate and reflection on contemporary and historical issues. The issues it addresses include diversity, democracy, human rights and social justice.
For more information about AwaaZ, please log on here: https://awaazmagazine.com/
THE KENYA HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (KHRC)
The KHRC aims to enhance human rights centred governance at all levels through multi-pronged strategies and actions that foster human rights, democratic values, human dignity and social justice
For more information about KHRC, please log on here: https://www.khrc.or.ke/
URAIA TRUST (Uraia)
Uraia aims to build an informed, empowered and democratic nation. Uraia does this by facilitating the development of an engaged citizenry through the provision of quality civic education that enables Kenyans to realise their constitutional aspirations.
For more info about Uraia, please log on here: https://uraia.or.ke/
About The Production Company
DEVELOPMENT THROUGH MEDIA (DTM)
DTM responded to the request by the organising committee to document the deliberation, develop audio content and disseminate the same on Radio Baraza (RB), the broadcast space dedicated to CSO and development sector advocacy.
DTM is among the first non-profit and development oriented audio-media organisation to set up in Kenya. DTM arose in 1997 as a local idea in response to challenges that have continued to stand in the way of developing independent and all-inclusive media and broadcasting models/institutions for advocacy work in Kenya and East Africa.
For more info about DTM, log on here: http://www.dtmafrica.com
To know more about RB, log on here: http://www.radiobaraza.org
The “DELIBERATIONS” EPISODE IN COMMEMORATION OF THE 9TH KATIBA DAY IS NOW PLAYING ON RB
To listen to the entire six parts of this episode, follow this general link to the episode:
Also for your ease of listening you can listen to each of the six parts independently. The links below will take you directly to the different parts arranged as per the line up of speakers in the event’s programme
Part One – Setting the Stage with Davinder Lamba, Executive Director, Mazingira Institute.
Part Two – Section 1 of the Presentation by Yashpal Ghai, Director, Katiba Institute.
Part Three – Section 2 of the Presentation by Yashpal Ghai, Director, Katiba Institute.
Part Four – Presentation by Jill Cottrell Ghai, Director, Katiba Institute.
Part Five – Contributions from the Plenary.
Part Six– Panelists’ Responses and Closing of Event.