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Collaboration in justice sector should go beyond combating COVID – 19

COLLABORATION IN JUSTICE SECTOR SHOULD GO BEYOND COMBATING CORONAVIRUSnnBy Farel NalimaenOn Sunday March 15, 2020, Chief Justice David Maraga called a meeting of the justice sector heads under the auspices of the National Council on Administration of Justice-NCAJ which he chairs. The Council was formally launched in August  2011 and established under Section 34 of the Judicial Service Act (No. 1 of 2011).nIt is a high-level policy making, implementation and oversight coordinating mechanism as reflected in its membership that is composed of State and Non-State Actors from the justice sector. The mandate as stipulated in the Act is to ensure...

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NCAJ meets to deliberate on inter-agency collaboration in tackling graft

Press Statement. Naivasha, Feb 7, 2019.  The National Council for the Administration of Justice met at Naivasha at its 20th sitting attended by all principle members of the Council comprising heads of justice institutions and key representatives of other state and non-State agencies who are members of the council.nnRecognising the mandate of the NCAJ and seized of the challenges affecting the delivery of justice:nnRecognizing the critical need for inter-agency collaboration and coordination in addressing the challenges:nn We have today agreed on the following:nn In order to achieve the desired results in the administration of Justice, particularly in the fight against corruption, we hereby...

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NCCJR join ICJ in marking the Annual Conference on Criminal Justice Reforms

Members of the NCAJ’s National Committee on Criminal Justice Reforms-NCCJR led by High Court Judge, Lady Justice Grace Ngenye joined the ICJ-Kenya Chapter in marking the Annual Conference on Criminal Justice Reforms in Nairobi.   High Court Principal Judge, Lady Justice Lydia Achode, who read Chief Justice David Maraga’s speech said the Judiciary is committed to ensuring that all laws that do not conform to the Bill of Rights within the Constitution are reformed.   Justice Grace Ngenye gave a score-card of the Committee’s performance during the conference. She said the committee aims at submitting a Bill on criminal justice reforms at the conclusion...

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