Vincent Odongo, IMLU Kenya
Filing a Communication before the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights: A complainant's manual
ICC decision in Kenyan Deputy President’s case: the protection of victims is paramount
The International Criminal Court in Kenya: Victims’ Rights to participate and seek reparation before the ICC. A guide for Victims of Post-Election Violence in Kenya
Kenya Training Workshop for Victims of Post-Election Violence
REDRESS and Kituo Cha Sheria co-organised a capacity building workshop for Kenyan civil society organisations, partucluarly those working directly with victims of 2007-8 Post Election Violence on victims' rights in the International Criminal Court proceedings, as well as in relation to ongoing discussions at domestic level on the establishment of an International Crimes Division of the Kenyan High Court. REDRESS and Kituo Cha Sheria published and disseminated a guide on victims and the ICC in Kenya at the workshop, and also faciliated discussions on a draft statement to be undersigned by participating civil society organisations on victims' rights in relation to the Kenyan International Crimes Division.
- Training Handout on Victims' Rights
- Information sheet on situation and cases
- Bundle of background materials to support training workshop
- Read the KITUO-REDRESS Booklet: ICC in Kenya, A Guide to Victims' Participation
Torture in Africa: The Law and Practice
Litigation Strategies for Sexual Violence in Africa
Breaking down obstacles to justice for gender-based violence in Africa: Report from a training workshop on strategic litigation for conflict-related gender-based violence in Africa, 25-27 April 2012, Kampala, Uganda
Press Statement: Kenya’s government illegally detained and rendered 150 citizens in a US-influenced ‘counter-terrorism’ operation, REDRESS and Reprieve’s new report reveals today.
Kenya and Counter-Terrorism - A time for change
Comments to the Committee Against Torture in consideration of Kenya's first periodic report.
Letter to the President of Kenya on the Rendition of the Kenyan National, Mohamed Abdulmalik, to Guantanamo Bay
Reparation for Torture: A Survey of Law and Practice in 30 Selected Countries (Kenya Country Report)