Kenya: Rape - the invisible crime, Nairobi, Kenya, 8 March 2002: Statement given by Marie Evelyne Petrus, Director, Amnesty International, Africa Regional Office, at the launch of the report.
This statement was given by Marie Evelyne Petrus, Director, Amnesty International, Africa Regional Office, at the lauch of the report: "Kenya: Rape - the invisible crime" in Nairobi on the 8th March 2002. Amnesty International is calling for action to be taken by the Kenyan government to change and implement legislation that upholds and protects women's rights.
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