Advancing the Rights of Children: Assessing the effectiveness of civil society organisations
The purpose of this research project is to assess the effectiveness of advocacy by civil society organisations (CSOs) in promoting child rights. It is centred on Kibera, the largest slum area in Nairobi, Kenya. It comprises five sub-projects: (i) a study of the legislative process leading to the enactment of the Counter-Trafficking in Persons Act; (ii) a study of the blurred distinction between state (government) and civil society with regard to reporting procedures and practices before the CRC committee; (iii) tracing the steps of ANPPCAN’s past work to address child labour in Kenya; (iv) a quantitative survey on the general situation of children and youth (attitudes and behaviour) in Kibera; and (v) a quantitative survey (triangulated with in-depth interviews and focus group discussions with children, parents and teachers) on corporal punishment of children.
Taking the inside or outside track – or both? NGO advocacy in state reporting under the Child Rights Convention: a case study from Kenya
Legislating the Counter-Trafficking in Persons Act: The Advocacy Role of Civil Society
Tom Chavangi Aziz
“Whom the Lord Loveth He Chasteneth”. Corporal Punishment of Children in Kibera
Arne Tostensen and Philista Onyango
The Human Right to Water and Sanitation: Using Natural Language Processing to Uncover Patterns in Academic Publishing
Christopher Michael Faulkner,Joshua Earl Lambert, Bruce M. Wilson and Matthew Steven Faulkner
Comparing Experiences of Constitutional Reforms to Enshrine the Right to Water in Brazil, Colombia, and Peru: Opportunities and Limitations
Lara Cortes, Camila Gianella, Angela M. Paez and catalina vallejo Piedrahita
Right to Water and Courts in Brazil: How Do Brazilian Courts Rule When They Frame Water as a Right?
Lara Cortes and Ana Cortes