Research and Advocacy

December 20, 2013by CREAW0

Overall Objective: To promote women’s rights and create systemic changes through engaging in legislative and policy advocacy

For CREAW’s work to lead to the realization of its vision, it must be buttressed by relevant and current information on emerging trends, strategies, case studies and new knowledge in the aread of our work. CREAW strives to be the leading women’s rights organization in respect to the development and use of cutting-edge and innovative advocacy strategies. We utilise the information from our research to develop these strategies and then we document and disseminate that information to the public and other key stakeholders.
CREAW engages in legislative and policy-level advocacy at the national, regional and international levels to promote women’s rights and to bring about systemic changes in society that expand the space for women to realize their rights.
The programme promotes women’s rights and create systemic changes through engaging in legislative and policy advocacy at the regional, national and international levels. CREAW strategically advocates for change while engaging our partners to lobby alongside us. Research buttresses our work by revealing relevant current information and guiding us on emerging trends, strategies, case studies and innovative platforms. Key components of the programme include:Security Sector Reforms
CREAW’s work with the Police Reform Implementation Committee through the Usalama Forum is mainly geared towards transforming the police system in Kenya into one that is professional, efficient, effective, service oriented and accountable to its citizens.
Reform in the Education Sector.
CREAW is working with various government agencies, including the Teachers Service Commission, Ministry of Education and Civil Society to advocate for policy systems and structures and promote a safe learning environment for children.

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