Kenya Human Rights Commission Annual and Financial Report 2011-12

By definition, human rights work entails working at the intersection of power and powerlessness. But in our country, it often feels as though we work at the crossroads of sanity and insanity. That is because Kenya is buffeted by a long and torturous transition from dictatorship to democracy, from opacity to transparency, and from ethnic myopia to the nation. These are daunting challenges especially in view of a ravenous political class that lacks a moral compass, or worse, common human decency.
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