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Kenya: Are we safer?

This brief presents data on citizens’ experiences of security, policing and extremism in Kenya and their views on how the problem can best be addressed.

Analysis of Online Content Regulations

Twaweza, independently and alongside our partners in the Coalition on the Right to Information, submitted analyses to the Ministry of Information, Culture, Arts and Sports on proposed Online Content Regulations (2017).

Analysis of Broadcast Content Regulations

Twaweza submitted analysis to the Ministry of Information, Culture, Arts and Sports on the Broadcast Content Regulations (2017).

Ideas & Evidence @ Twaweza East Africa

Ideas & Evidence event on 6-7 March 2018:

In our position as one of the prominent independent, civil society voices in Tanzania and the region, this event is a continuation of our open conversation on knowledge, information, evidence, citizen agency, governance, transparency and accountability.

getting into the system: integrating evidence-based initiatives into government (lost in translation).

Broadcasting, policing, human rights and “sedition” in Tanzania

The Act states in article 57 that “a person shall not be prosecuted for any seditious offence under this Act unless with a written consent of the Director of Public Prosecutions.

On “sedition”, the law is clear. So what is the TCRA doing?

This begs this first fundamental question: How can the TCRA legitimately penalise five TV stations for “seditious” broadcasts when “sedition” is not mentioned in the relevant enabling law?

Are we safer? Kenyans’ views on security, policing and extremism

Kenyans are slightly more optimistic about the security situation compared to last year. Four out of ten (42%) say the security situation in their area has improved over the past three months, compared to 38% who said the same in 2016.
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