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Kenya: No security of tenure in Kenya's informal settlements and slums
Document AFR 32/009/2009
The phenomenon of forced eviction in Africa is a massive human rights scandal that should be stopped immediately. Instead of taking measures to improve the housing ...
Document AFR 01/007/2009
Approximately 3000 people have been forcibly evicted from their homes in Githogoro village, in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. The evictions were carried out without ...
Urgent Action AFR 32/010/2009
The evictions appear to have been carried out as part of the governmentof Kenya's plans to build a new road, the Northern Bypass.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI index: AFR 32/007/2009. 16 June 2009. Kenya: Statement on the conclusion of the mission ...
Document AFR 32/007/2009
Kenia: La mayoría invisible: Dos millones de personas viven en asentamientos precarios en Nairobi
Report AFR 32/005/2009
The Kenyan government has for decades failed to take the minimum steps required to fulfil the right to adequate housing for residents of Nairobi's slums and informal ...
In Nairobi the burgeoning slums and the unacceptable living conditions for their residents are testament to the government's failure to uphold the right of adequate ...
Document AFR 32/006/2009
As Amnesty International ends its high-level mission to Kenya, Secretary General Irene Khan urges the government to tackle impunity for human rights violatio.