WINGS #34-16 Children in Kenya's Courts
Children and advocates speak at National Children's Judicial Service Week
Uploaded: 12 Dec, 2016
Recording Date: 9 Dec, 2016
Recording Location: Mombasa, Kenya; Denman Island BC
Topical for: Timeless
Status: Complete, Ready to Air
WINGS #34-15 Children in Kenya's Courts by Diana Wanyonyi and WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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Program Title: WINGS #34-16 Children in Kenya's Courts
Description: Documentary about the second ever time that Kenya's courts have spent a week to focusing on backlogged cases involving children. Produced and recorded in Mombasa with excerpts from songs, poems, and speeches about how children are oppressed by their court experiences, what children need and how parents, lawyers and judges can deal with them more effectively.
Host(s): Diana Wanyonyi
Featured Speakers/Guests: Girl singing; Alice Wanjiru from Gome primary school, who is also a clerk of the Mombasa county children parliament; Christine Kipsang, a children lawyer at Mombasa’s Law court; Betty Koech, a Magistrate at the Tononoka children’s court in Mombasa; Mombasa’s Chief Magistrate, Teresia Matheka; four judges who attended the opening event; Hamisa Zaja, an activist for human rights including disability rights.
Credits: Produced by Diana Wanyonyi; Series Producer, Frieda Werden
NewsType: Weekly Program
Regional > Africa
Politics > Activism
Society and Culture > Childhood
Society and Culture > Women
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