2019: The Year That Was

We expanded our investigative and campaigning programming to promote and protect the right to housing, life, health and human rights education over 2019. With no less than 152 extrajudicial police killings and only ten convictions over 2019, our Safety and Dignity program was particularly active.

We supported families to seek justice for Evans Njoroge, Carilton Maina, Kassim Yusuf; we pressed for increased student safety in JKUAT and other universities across the country and helped release people unlawfully arrested for expressing the right to expression and assembly. We were active, visible and vocal in calling for police reforms that prioritized human rights and equality of all under the law.

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