ONE ID AT A TIME TO MINIMIZE THE RISK OF STATELESSNESS – THE STORY OF SAUMU MOHAMMED

Compiled and written by Makah Yussuf and Maseke Rioba Cases of Nubians at risk of statelessness waiting ages to get their identification cards, or being denied an opportunity for documentation contribute to the challenges communities at risk of statelessness face globally. Communities at risk of statelessness highlight, through their experiences, the level of neglect from…

Happy Endings also exist…

Happy endings do not only exist in fairy tales, some happen to us right here in the community. In this week’s story we major on one Abdulfaraj, a youth here in Kibera from the Nubian community who came to our offices and by the help of our paralegal Hamisi Omari was able to get his…

ANOTHER WIN FOR THE WOMAN!

This week we follow up on success stories from the paralegal outreach program. The purpose of the outreach is usually to empower the community and creating awareness on matters such as citizenship, specifically registration and documentation. Article 27 of the Constitution of Kenya caters for Equality and freedom from discrimination where under sub article 2;…

PURSUING MY DREAMS ABROAD AFTER DOCUMENTATION.

The Nubian Rights Forum has a competent outreach program where our paralegals give back to the community by educating them and creating awareness on citizenship, specifically registration and documentation. One of the awareness activities includes a conversational session where they educate the clients about identification cards, the benefits of documentation, benefits of documentation and finally…

JOINT PRESS STATEMENT

HUDUMA NAMBA TO EXCLUDE MILLIONS OF KENYANS AND VIOLATES COURT ORDERS UNDER NEW REGULATIONS On 19th October 2020, the Nubian Rights Forum, alongside Centre for Minority Rights Development (CEMIRIDE), Haki Centre, Haki na Sheria Initiative, Kenya Human Rights Commission and Defenders Kenya – Coalition held a joint press briefing to issue a press statement on…

HUMANITARIAN WORKS

The Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion in conjunction with the Nubian Rights Forum recently held their first Humanitarian Food Distribution event for members of the Nubian Community that is at risk of Statelessness on 3rd September 2020. The food distribution program saw at least 20 families receive donations including maize flour, wheat flour, salt, tea…