Implementing the Constitutional Two-Thirds Gender Principle: The Cost of Representation

Institute of Economic Affairs

Implementing the Constitutional Two-Thirds Gender Principle: The Cost of Representation    File Size: 944 kB Downloads: 6262
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08 May 2015

Gender equality is one of many protections guaranteed by the Constitution of Kenya. Article 27 recognizes that every person is equal before the law and has the right to equal protection and equal benefit of the law, ensuring freedom from discrimination in very certain terms.


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