Following points were raised about the ICC:
– It takes long – Cambodia process started way back in 2002, that’s six years.
– The court can only handle a few perpetrators so it needs to be reserved for the big fry…what happens to middle/lower level guys?
– For many reasons (including above) it […]
I’m tired and sleepy, but the show must go on.
I arrived in Geneva for the Annan conference on Kenya this morning and haven’t had a chance to rest…too much going on.
I’ve been invited specifically because of my role as a blogger during the post election violence – which is huge – […]
After months (years actually) of fighting it, I’ve succumbed and become an active tweep, twitterer, twit?.
It’s sort of like blogging in the early days. When it was simple and you didn’t have to over think it and worry about making your blog pretty etc.
If all goes well, I’ll be in Geneva […]
Winners get a cash prize of $5,000, lots of exposure and other support.
Via the website:
We are building a network of innovative education entrepreneurs who are focused on improving the learning of African students. We are looking for entrepreneurial African educators and organizations who are working to ensure that pupils in Africa […]
Date: 27 March 2009 Venue: 680 Time: 9:00 – 4:00 (lunch served)
Featuring the best of Afro-funk, soul and jazz.
Location: Sunken Nairobi law court parking Date: April 12, 2009 – 11 a.m Entrance: Packet of unga (for charity)
The British High Commissioner to Kenya is blogging, and he’d like to know what topics you’d want him to cover.
In case you haven’t heard, both Poptech and TED have opened their fellowship application process for 2009.
Highly encourage you to apply.
I didn’t make it last year/this year because I was busy going forth and multiplying (hehe), but I should be there this year.