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The annual Kenyatta University Student awards (KUSA) were held on July 6th , to recognize achievement by students during the 2017-2018 period, below are highlights of the 2018 KUSA recipients.

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KUSA Congress presents a gift to Nairobi Women Rep, Esther Passaris  who was the Chief Guest during the KUSA Awards Ceremony
 

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KUSA Congress presents a gift to Nairobi Senator, Hon. Johnson Sakaja during the KUSA Awards Ceremony

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KUSA Congress presents a gift to Nominated Senator, Hon.​Isaac ​ Mwaura during the KUSA Awards Ceremony

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The Parliamentary Committee members on Health led by Hon. Sabina Chege on Friday 6th July 2018 inspected the Kenyatta University Hospital facility. They were joined by representatives from the World Bank. Among other parliamentary members were Hon. Esther Passaris and Hon. Dr. Swarup Ranjun Mishra. Kenyatta University Hospital (KUH) is expected to be the finest healthcare facility in the region offering specialized healthcare services. The hospital has in place a cutting edge and world class medical technology, with the most modern diagnostic and treatment machines. The world class facility will save Kenyans billions of shillings spend overseas while seeking specialized treatment. It is expected to bridge the inability of poor patients to afford healthcare in expensive private hospitals. KUH will have highly trained and experienced doctors, who conduct research, diagnose and treat many common illnesses and conditions from Kenya and other parts of the world. These doctors will be supported by a highly trained team of nurses and clinical officers. The 600 bed capacity with a 24 bed intensive care unit will have an oncology unit offering radiotherapy, chemotherapy, advanced surgery, among other specialized treatments. The hospital is expected to be open to the public later in the year.

The Parliamentary Committee members on Health led by Hon. Sabina Chege on Friday 6th July 2018 inspected the Kenyatta University Hospital facility. They were joined by representatives from the World Bank. Among other parliamentary members were Hon. Esther Passaris and Hon. Dr. Swarup Ranjun Mishra.
Kenyatta University Hospital (KUH) is expected to be the finest healthcare facility in the region offering specialized healthcare services. The hospital has in place a cutting edge and world class medical technology, with the most modern diagnostic and treatment machines. The world class facility will save Kenyans billions of shillings spend overseas while seeking specialized treatment. It is expected to bridge the inability of poor patients to afford healthcare in expensive private hospitals.
KUH will have highly trained and experienced doctors, who conduct research, diagnose and treat many common illnesses and conditions from Kenya and other parts of the world. These doctors will be supported by a highly trained team of nurses and clinical officers. The 600 bed capacity with a 24 bed intensive care unit will have an oncology unit offering radiotherapy, chemotherapy, advanced surgery, among other specialized treatments.
The hospital is expected to be open to the public later in the year.

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Chief Guest Maj.Gen. Samuel Nandwa, Deputy Chief of the Kenya Defence Forces, andProf. Frederick Gravenir, Ag Vice Chancellor Kenyatta Universitylistening to speeches during thematriculationceremony forKMA-08held at the university's amphitheatre.

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Cadets enrolled for various degree programmes offered by the Kenya Military Academy (KMA) in conjunction withKenyatta University's School of Security, Diplomacy and Peace Studies listen to speeches during theeirmatriculation ceremony  Kenyatta University's amphitheatre

International Conference On : ‘‘20 Years Since The Rome Statute Of The International Criminal Court (Icc) – The Status Of International Rule Of Law, And Access To International Criminal Justice In Africa.’’

20-21 September 2018

Organised by : Department of Diplomacy and International Relations, School of Security, Diplomacy and Peace Studies, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya

In Partnership with :OPEN SOCIETY INTIATIVE FOR EAST AFRICA (OSIEA)

During the conference, the academic dialogue will be facilitated through a combination of keynotes presentations and panels under the following themes and topics:

Sub- Theme 1: The Emergence of the Rome Statute Accountability Mechanism- Opportunities, Challenges and the way forward.

  1. Responses to international crimes in African jurisdictions prior to the Rome Statute and the International Criminal Court.
  2. Historical injustices and International crimes in Africa.
  3. Africa States’ approach and attitude towards universal jurisdiction
  4. The Legacy of the United Nations Security Council in dealing African issues.
  5. African States at Rome Conference – proposals and counter-proposals
  6. African States and International Tribunals, Cases Studies and Lessons learned
  7. The role and effectiveness of alternative justice mechanisms in Africa.

Sub-Theme 2: Politics of International Criminal Justice and Africa: ​Regional Justice Mechanisms - Obstructers or Enablers of the Rome Statute Mechanism.

  • Self-referrals in the context of African situations
  • The African States in the United Nations Security Council and their role in referral of African situations to the Office of the Prosecutors
  • Justice and Peace dilemma and the fate of the International Criminal Court.
  • Victims and Reparations for discontinued cases- what are the prospects.
  • Regionalisation of International Criminal Law- The Malabo Protocol- Enabler or Obstructer of the Rome Statute
  • International Court Justice and immunity for international crimes
  • The prospects for African Unionthe 3rd UNSC Meeting and Withdrawal Strategy

The call invites abstracts and papers from academics and practitioners in the following fields; international law, politics and international relations, African and international studies; lawyers and historians and civil society interested in presenting at the conference in any of the above themes and topics. Those interested should submit their abstracts of not more than 300 words by no later than 13th July 2018 to the following email addresses This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. The authors of successful abstract shall be notified by 17th July 2018. Full papers of must be submitted by the 19th August 2018. Authors selected to present during the Conference shall have their transport or flight costs subsided.

Abstract deadline: 13th July 2018

Abstract notification: 17th July 2018

Full-papers deadline: 19th August 2018

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