PBI-Kenya highlights ‘Missing Voices’ action on St. Valentine’s Day to remember victims of police killings

On February 14, the Peace Brigades International-Kenya Project posted, “Today, Missing Voices launched the 2019 Annual Report on the State of Police Killings and Enforced Disappearances in Kenya.” PBI-Kenya continues, “As the World celebrates Valentine’s Day, Missing Voices is spreading roses not bullets in remembrance of victims of police killings Read more…

PBI-Kenya provides training sessions to the Network of Mothers of Victims and Survivors of extra judicial killings

On February 3, Peace Brigades International-Kenya Project posted, “The Network of Mothers of Victims and Survivors of extra judicial killings is a movement anchored at Mathare Social Justice Centre which brings together men and women whose children were felled by police bullets, survivors of torture and victims of enforced disappearance.” Read more…

PBI-Kenya accompanies human rights defenders in Nairobi’s informal settlements

The Peace Brigades International-Kenya Project accompanies human rights defenders in Nairobi’s informal urban settlements. The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has highlighted, “Living conditions are shocking and intolerable [in these settlements]. Residents often live without water and sanitation and are in constant fear of eviction.” Our Annual Read more…