Category: Press Centre

Strategic Plan 2019 – 2023 (Abridged Version)

The Plan outlines CREAW’s vision and ambitions and key interventions for achieving them. The choices contained  in the Plan are largely informed by the lessons learnt, conclusions and recommendations from the analysis of CREAW’s operating context. Drawing from lessons learnt from our past practice, and building on our track record, this Strategic Plan seeks to effectively position CREAW […]

Tracing the Journey towards implementation of the Two Thirds Gender Principle

At the core of the Constitution of Kenya (COK, 2010) is the belief that there can only be real progress in society if all citizens participate fully in their governance, and that all, male and female, persons with disabilities (PWDs) and all previously marginalized and excluded groups are included in the affairs of the republic. […]

CREAW PRESS STATEMENT CONDEMNING THE INCREASED CASES OF GENDER BASED VIOLENCE AND KILLINGS OF WOMEN AND GIRLS

The recent occurrences of the killings and wanton loss of lives in unclear circumstances of women and girls is horrifying and a determinant of lack of respect to the constitutional provisions of respect to human life. Women and girls like many other citizens ought to be valued and not subjected to the grievous acts that […]

PRESS STATEMENT ON THE ATTACK OF MARTHA MIANO – THE RUGURU COUNTY ASSEMBLY OBSERVER AT THE KIAMARIGA POLICE STATION

Gender Based Violence is a gross violation of human rights and should never be accepted or normalized. The Center for Rights Education and Awareness (CREAW) condemns in the strongest terms the assault witnessed at the Kiamariga Police station as seen on videos being circulated on various social media platforms and the mainstream media reports. The […]

Press Release: CREAW petitions Court, seeking disbandment of Cabinet

Nairobi, Kenya, February 21, 2018: Katiba Institute representing Marilyn Kamuru, Daisy Amdany and Center for Rights Education and Awareness (CREAW) filed a case to safeguard the rule of law, constitutionalism and safeguard against the slide into state sanctioned anarchy. The case highlights the violation of established law that requires that all State officers and organs have […]

PRESS STATEMENT ON THE RECALLING OF THE LIST OF CABINET NOMINEES

Date: 1st February 2018 On 26th of January 2017, the President of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, in a statement to newsrooms announced his new cabinet comprising of, Cabinet Secretaries, Chief Administrative Secretaries and Principal Secretaries. Part of the list of new cabinet appointees has been forwarded to parliament for vetting. Of all […]

Women MPs urged to unite in the fight for gender equality

Women legislators on Friday 12th January converged in Naivasha for an induction workshop. The three day event aimed at “laying the foundation for an effective female legislator” was organized by the Kenya Women Parliamentary Association (KEWOPA) in partnership with the Center for Rights, Education and Awareness (CREAW), UNWomen, USAID and FIDA among other key actors […]

Haki Yetu, Jukumu Letu Programme - NewsLetter June - August 2017

Haki Yetu, Jukumu Letu Programme | NewsLetter June – August 2017

Center for Rights Education and Awareness (CREAW) is implementing a three year (November 2016 – October 2019) project dubbed, ’The Haki Yetu, Jukumu Letu’ project is funded by the Embassy of Netherlands in the counties of Meru and Kilifi. Haki Yetu, Jukumu Letu Programme – NewsLetter (June – August) by Centre for Rights Education and Awareness on Scribd

Access to Justice – Finland NewsLetter | July – Sept 2017

CREAW has been implementing community awareness and empowerment programmes in Kibera aimed at increasing access to justice for survivors of Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) while also involving the police, Provincial administration and community members in a participatory approach aimed at reducing instances of sexual and gender based violence. Access to Justice – Finland NewsLetter | […]