Legislating the Counter-Trafficking in Persons Act: The Advocacy Role of Civil Society
This report forms part of a larger study titled Advancing the Rights of Children: Assessing the Effectiveness of Transnational Advocacy Networks for Child Rights. Norwegian-Kenyan Civil Society Partnerships Examined. It was conducted jointly by the African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN) and the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI). It traces the legislative process leading to the enactment of the Counter-Trafficking in Persons Act. The role of one particular civil society organisation is highlighted and specifically one individual acting first in the capacity of an activist and later as a Member of Parliament.
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