Essay Competition for University Students. For the Guidelines visit http://www.hakijamii.com/index.php/essay-competition-for-university-students/
We are excited to announce the release of the #AbidjanPrinciples! They bring clarity on existing legal obligations of States regarding the implementation of the right to education in the context of the growing private actor involvement. Read the principles here.
Students from Mbagathi Primary School making question and answer chits during a Human Rights Club lesson facilitated by Hakijamii.
Right to Education Index findings have now been released. Civil society partners from 21 countries completed the RTEI Questionnaire and Hakijamii through support of RESULTS International conducted the research for Kenya and submitted the country report below.
On 12-13 of February 2019, education and human rights experts will meet in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, for the adoption of guiding principles strengthening the right to access free quality public education in the context of growing private actor involvement in education. This landmark text promises to be the new reference point for governments, educators and […]
Through RTEI 2018, Hakijamii identified that girls of school age who are pregnant or have had a baby are typically expelled from school when teachers and school administrators learn about the pregnancy. Studies identified that approximately 13,000 girls leave school every year due to pregnancy, despite the Kenyan constitution forbidding discrimination on the ground of […]
In June 2018, Hakijamii conducted a survey of non-formal schools in Nairobi. This report contains the findings of the survey which was conducted in four informal settlements of Nairobi being Kibra, Mathare, Kangemi and Mukuru. The full report can be read down below:
This year’s Intervarsity Human Rights Debate will be held from 30th November to 01st December 2018. Topic of the debate: Privatization of Education in Kenya.