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Speaking the unspeakable! Interrogating the rights and legal recognition of intersex persons in Kenya
(University of Zimbabwe, 2014-04)
An intersex person is one whose biological sex cannot be classified clearly as either male or female. This ambiguity may be anatomical, hormonal, gonadal or chromosomal. Intersex births are estimated at between 1.7% (Nthumba, ...
An analysis of the effects of the general agreement on trade in services (gats) on Kenya
At the heart of the WTO are the WTO agreements, negotiated and signed by the majority of the world’s trading nations and ratified at their parliaments. One of these agreements is the GATS. These contracts are binding ...
Women entrepreneurs’ legal position in relation to effecting communications and payments using mobile phones: A need for reform
The use of mobile phones for their communication and simple financial payments needs has been widely touted as capable of facilitating women’s development, by aiding women reduce the flexibility, mobility and time constraints ...
“BANGAIZA NA MZUNGU”: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LAWS AND POLICIES AND THEIR EFFECTIVENESS IN THE PREVENTION, SUPPRESSION AND PUNISHMENT OF SEX TOURISM INVOLVING THE YOUTH IN MOMBASA, KENYA
Kenya. It deals with all aspects of the industry from various perspectives using modern research methods and techniques (especially the Women’s Law, Grounded Theory and Human Rights based Approaches) to enhance the ...