The Kenya Justice Project (KJP) focused on educating key stakeholder groups through legal literacy and skills trainings, peer sessions, community conversations, and public information activities to increase legal knowledge around constitutional rights and traditional leaders’ responsibilities related to land. Read more about the project’s accomplishments, including the election of 22 women elders, here. Additional information about land tenure and governance can be found in this AskAg discussion.
The International Development Law Organization (IDLO) is seeking a Consultant for 6 months to produce a policy brief/report and provide senior level legal and policy advice on strategic issues relating to the nexus of land, gender and women’s empowerment, food security and the law. The Consultant will work under the direction of IDLO’s Director of Research and Learning, and in close collaboration with the Gender Specialist.
To apply, please visit IDLO’s employment website at http://www.idlo.int/jobs
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