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The African Union must reject the Kenyan government calls for the International Criminal Court's case to be tried in Kenya, Amnesty International says.
As fears of violence grow ahead of Kenya’s elections, thousands of people are mobilising for conflict resolution and nonviolent resistance to injustice.
Kenya’s decision to place refugees and asylum seekers in camps away from urban centres has been criticised as "discriminatory and unlawful".
Lutherans are working with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees as lead agency in refugee camp management at Dadaab, Kenya.
Faith leaders in Kenya have united to condemn attacks on two churches in the northeastern town of Garissa that left 17 people dead and 66 injured.
More than 60 Quakers from Britain have attended the 2012 world conference of Quakers in Kenya.The theme of the conference was “Being Salt and Light: Friends living the kingdom of God in a broken world”.
Quakers from six continents have assembled in Kenya this week for their international conference. They will focus on "living the Kingdom of God in a broken world".
Christian and Muslim leaders have gathered under the Kenyan chapter of the International Network of Religious Leaders Living with or Affected by HIV/AIDS.
A book book chronicling the Kenya Mennonite Church’s 50-year history has been put together in Africa and will be published next year.
Faith leaders in Kenya called for calm after the International Criminal Court in The Hague committed high-ranking politicians to trial for crimes against humanity.