Category: Press Centre

Achievements and Challenges in Strengthening Women Leadership

In Kenya, one indicator of gender inequality is the small number of women in decision making positions and other national governance structures. Following the March 4th 2013 General elections, at the county level only 82 women out the total 1,450 County Assembly Ward Representatives were elected and only 6 women were successful in their bids as deputy governors. This despite the […]

Skills training of political and non-political women leaders

Training by Centre for Rights Education and Awareness (CREAW) supported by Forum Syd Kenya in actualizing the 2/3 gender principle, the best solution is to have more women seek to be elected and therefore increase the chances of having more women in influential positions. For this to happen women have to be facilitated with knowledge skills and […]

Women’s issues continue to matter now more than ever because…

Women’s issues continue to matter now more than ever because a huge gender gap exists in many parts of the world today. CAUGHT ON NEWS: Documentary on the Access to justice Programme that seeks to address issues with unequal access to justice through various strategies e.g. Legal representation, capacity building of community members, working through […]


As part of our journey to achieving our vision, we have recently acquired new talent to join our board of directors to ensure the organization’s work continues to benefit from the skills, competencies and passion that the board members (Rukia Yassin Männikkö, Justus Nyang’aya, Samuel Gichohi, Hon. Justice Joel Ngugi, Professor Wambui Mwangi, Clement Mwangi, […]

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

During this season, we take time to reflect upon the good things we have… like our partnership with you. It’s been quite a year for us all and we appreciate working with you and hope that the holidays and the coming year will bring you happiness and success. Thank you for your continued support and […]

Land Mark Ruling – Two Thirds Gender Rule Constitutional petition 182 of 2015

Land Mark Ruling – Two Thirds Gender Rule CREAW filed this suit in the Constitutional court seeking declaration that the Attorney General and the Constitution Implementation Commission had failed in their duty to develop and present affirmative action legislation ahead of the August 27th 2015 deadline placed by the Supreme Court.