About Us

We are part of Amnesty International’s global movement of over 17 million people in over 150 countries and territories who campaign to end human rights abuses.

Amnesty International Kenya was registered as a non-governmental organisation in 2012 after a decade of human rights protection from either London or Kampala. Over the years, we successfully contributed to strategic policy and legislative changes.

We have deepened relationships within the Executive, Cabinet, Parliament, independent agencies and constitutional commissions, civic organisations, trade unions, and community-based human rights organisations to stand for and protect human rights.

What We Do

Inequalities &

We reduce inequalities and identity-based discrimination and reduce the impact of corruption on human rights denial.

Freedoms &

We strengthen the freedom of expression and association and expand civic space for public accountability.