Anne Atieno Amadi

The Kenyan situation as regards the ratification of the Protocol has become something akin to a game of ping pong. So far the position of its ratification remains unclear and efforts by different interested parties to obtain clarity on the position seem to hit a dead end, writes Anna Amadi.

The African Charter on Human and People’s Rights addresses African concerns, traditions and conditions. It provides for the enjoyment of rights and freedoms on the basis of equality and more

The ratification of the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa is simply the first step in the right direction for African countries. Its domestication comes next, and will be a long and laborious task for governments and the many organizations that will assist them in this undertaking. Many strategies have been suggested as potential approaches to the domestication of the Protocol. Anne Atieno Amada advocates for negotiation to be more