Reports

ReliefWeb results

Kenya

Drought, Violence and Politics: Inside Laikipia’s Cattle War

A historic drought in Kenya is coinciding with a hotly contested election. Nerves in central and northern Kenya are fraying, as climate stresses intensify intercommunal conflict and amplify electoral tensions. Climate change, politics and resource competition are…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
ICG
Posted:
20 Jul 2022
Files:
Download

Kenya

Kenya: Averting an Avoidable Crisis

Kenya’s ongoing electoral standoff could be compounded further if opposition leader Raila Odinga proceeds with a "swearing-in" ceremony that might elicit a tough response from President Kenyatta. To avert the risk of further protests, destruction and…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
ICG
Posted:
29 Jan 2018

Kenya

Kenya Should Come Together After its Contested Elections

Contrary to the deadly election of 2007, Kenya’s pivotal and highly-anticipated 2017 national and local polls passed without major outbreaks of violence. But in order to build on this achievement, Kenyans must take further steps to…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
ICG
Posted:
12 Aug 2017

Kenya

Essential Guide to Kenya’s High Stakes Election on 8 August

Kenya’s 8 August elections are rapidly approaching and concerns continue to mount over the prospect of electoral violence. In this Q&A, Senior Kenya Analyst Murithi Mutiga looks at what is at stake and assesses efforts to…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
ICG
Posted:
01 Aug 2017

Kenya

Violence, Land, and the Upcoming Vote in Kenya’s Laikipia Region

Murithi Mutiga Crisis Group’s Senior Analyst Murithi Mutiga has just returned from a weeklong tour of the troubled central Kenyan county of Laikipia, where violence between indigenous nomadic pastoralists and ranchers is escalating in the run-up to…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
ICG
Posted:
25 Jul 2017