UN set to review Kenya’s human rights record

Ms Kagwiria Mbogori, the chairperson of the Kenya National Commission on Human Right, which has criticised security forces for perpetuating rights violations, holds a press conference in Nairobi on August 16, 2017. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Independent monitoring groups generally acknowledge some improvements in Kenya's human rights situation but also point to continuing abuses.
  • Journalists in Kenya face dangers in carrying out their professional duties, Human Rights Watch notes in its report to the UN council.

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