Category: Press Release

Condemning the physical assault and public humiliation of Eunice Wambui an Aspirant in Embakasi South Constituency on 5th February, 2017

We concerned Kenyans comprising heads of Women leagues of political parties, Women aspirants, women MCA’s, parliamentarians, Center for rights Education and Awareness and the Women’s Movement under the auspices of the National Women’s Steering Committee condemn in the strongest terms possible all forms of violence against women and particularly the increasing violence that is being […]

Improve access to justice for women and girls survivors of Gender based Violence in Kibera

An agreement with Her Excellency Ambassador Ferdandez (Embassy of Finland in Nairobi)and Executive Director Wangechi W. Moegi to improve access to justice for women and girls survivors of Gender based Violence in Kibera and its environs for the next 2 years. With this support Centre for Rights Education and Awareness – Kibera office will continue to […]

Terms of Reference: Rapid Assessment Consultancy for a women leadership and governance programme in Kitui County.

Terms of Reference: Rapid Assessment Consultancy for a women leadership and governance programme in Kitui County. Introduction The Centre for Rights, Education and Awareness (CREAW) is a non-partisan, non-governmental women rights organization that works towards a just and free society in which women and men exercise and enjoy equal and full rights and opportunities. Our […]

Women leadership skills training in Nyeri County

As Kenya works toward the promise of gender equality embodied in the constitution. It is our hope that enough women will be elected without having to create additional positions. Centre for Rights Education and Awareness (CREAW) is working towards this by training women on leadership and strategic campaign planning in different counties. Wajibu Wetu Programme […]

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 […]

UNVEILING OF CREAW’S INCOMING BOARD MEMBERS

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, […]

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.

RESPECT THE RULE OF LAW- ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLE ON THE ‘NOT MORE THAN TWO THIRDS GENDER PRINCIPLE

Prof. Githu Muigai, The Attorney General, Sheria House, Nairobi Attention: Prof . Githu RESPECT THE RULE OF LAW- ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLE ON THE ‘NOT MORE THAN TWO THIRDS GENDER’ PRINCIPLE Women organizations and human rights institutions namely FIDA-K, Maendeleo, , WEL, CMD, GROOTS, KHRC, Women Steering Committee, CRECO, Futures K, URAIA […]