UN Ceiling by Miquel Barceló - Room XX (detail). Image- United Nations

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Regarding Rights blog - When corruption violates human rights: the right to food in Kenya

30th March 2015

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As a current Research Fellow at RegNet, Ibi’s research focuses on the tension between essential characteristic of Australian government and non-government organisations, developed to ensure consistency, and the ability of these organisations to respond appropriately to the resettlement needs of the humanitarian and the broader migrant communities of Australia.

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In this Regarding Rights blog post, Ibolya Losoncz of RegNet, ANU & Augustine Kakeeto of Tangaza University College, Nairobi, Kenya, write about abuses of power and government corruption resulting in hunger amongst Kenya’s vulnerable and disdvantaged. They also canvass possible strategies to promote human rights and combat corruption.

Read the entire blog post on the Regarding Rights blog.

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