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KNCHR/Kenya Land Alliance Land Report

You read about the release of the land grabbing report in the newspapers yesterday, now get a full copy of the report here – Unjust Enrichment: The making of land grabbing millionaires

Blogging Indaba Roundup

In case you haven’t caught it, Ndesanjo (new Sub-Saharan Africa editor for Global Voices!) has a very useful roundup of all the posts surrounding the indaba.

DCI Blogging Indaba – some (final?) thoughts

Apart from a few smart-ass remarks on my blog, I have largely avoided any commentary on the controversy (and rather stimulating debate) surrounding Blogging Indaba. Why is this? Because like I said before, I have little time for polemics (let alone time to regularly blog anymore) and I’d rather focus my energy on changing […]

TED Conference Registration Reminder

Next year, msiseme oohh…eehh… (channeling Moi) ati….hamukujua ati…conspiracy.

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KNCHR responds to corruption allegations

Sorry, no time to upload this as a pdf.

9th September 2006

PRESS RELEASE

KENYA ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE KENYA NATIONAL COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ARE a€?COUNTER-REFORMa€? TACTICS BY THE STATE

BACKGROUND

For many months, the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) has been aware of machinations […]

Blogging Indaba concluding thoughts etc.

OK, so my plans for thoroughly blogging from Grahamstown pretty much fell apart mostly due to the fact that I spent more time doing what all conferences (conspiracies against African bloggers notwithstanding ) are good for – meeting people (including the African internet Bismarcks and Leopolds…I can report that the African blogosphere survived any attempts […]

Blogging Indaba Post 2

Couldna€?t blog Ethana€?s great opening talk, because I was finalizing my presentation, but will link to the slides shortly. You can also get updates and get pictures at the conference blog a€“ http://dci.ru.ac.blog

The first panel was the South African editora€?s forum panel, featuring Chris Roper and Bryan Porter (www.24.com a€“ I use this website […]