Kenya

The Kenya Extractive Sector Forum

The Extractive Sector Forum is a quarterly multi-stakeholder convening on the extractive sector in Kenya involving companies, communities, civil society and academia. Led by IHRB and the Institute for Law and Environmental Governance the Forum provides a safe space for the different players to discuss key concerns and challenges for the sector, supported by briefing papers that provide background for the discussions.

Latest IHRB Publications

Human Rights and the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative - A Conversation

Fiona Solomon is the CEO of the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI), a multi-stakeholder initiative dedicated to creating a responsible aluminium value chain, from bauxite mines to computer cases.

She sat down with ASI Standards Committee...

Harm Free Sport - Aligning Sports Bodies, Sporting Values, and Human Rights

Several major sports governing bodies are making strides towards implementing their commitments to respect human rights throughout their operations.

Over the past 12 months, we’ve seen adoption of the International Olympic Committee’s new host city...

Reflections on the Pakistan Ruling Banning Network Shutdowns

In late February 2018, in a landmark judgment, the Islamabad High Court (IHC) ruled that shutting down telecom networks was illegal, rejecting the State’s rationale that security considerations made such shutdowns necessary.

Pakistan has a history...