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When the Pendulum Swings too Far: Structural Adjustment Programs in Kenya

  title={When the Pendulum Swings too Far: Structural Adjustment Programs in Kenya},
  author={Sylvia Wairimu Kang'ara},
Strategic Workforce Planning: A Proposition for Detonating the Demographic time-Bomb in the Kenyan Public Service
The demographics of the Kenyan public service are poised to change in unpredictable ways in the next few years, especially regarding diversity in the workplace. For a country with a bulging youth
Aspects of disability law in Africa
In Africa, exclusion, prejudice and discrimination remain common ex- periences for millions of people with disabilities. Poverty, malnutrition, low school enrollment rates for children with
Kenya’s Riverwood film industry: A theoretical postulation
This paper gives a brief background to film and cinema in both colonial and postcolonial Kenya, and introduces Kenya’s Riverwood film industry, briefly expounding the theoretical postulates that
The Promise of International Law: A Third World View
This is a moment of repudiation of international law and of reckoning with racial injustice and committing to anti-racism. Some of the leading States that have shaped international law are not only
The significance of meaning. Why IPBES needs the social sciences and humanities
The term “biodiversity” is often used to describe phenomena of nature, which can be studied without a reference to the socially constructed, evaluative, or indeed normative contexts. In our paper, we
Contemporary German MONGOs in Diani, Kenya: Two Approaches to Humanitarian Aid
Nina Berman describes the increase of charitable activities in Kenya in tandem with neo-liberal economic policies since the early 1990s. By using two specific case studies, Berman stresses the
From Colonial to Neoliberal Times: German Agents of Tourism Development and Business in Diani, Kenya
This essay traces the role of Germans in various economic developments on the Kenyan coast over the past fifty years, focusing on one of Kenya’s most prominent tourism resort areas of Kenya, the
TWAIL: A Brief History of its Origins, its Decentralized Network, and a Tentative Bibliography
This article traces the contemporary origins of Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL) in the late 1990’s. It argues that since then, TWAIL-ers have not sought to produce a single