Kenya Elections 2017 course・Nairobi・22–23 February・Rift Valley Institute
APPLY HERE (USD $1700 per person — 176,000 KES)
Syllabus and teachers confirmed
The final syllabus and teachers for the RVI Kenya Elections 2017 course are now confirmed. From 22–23 February, RVI will host this new, customized training course focused on the upcoming Kenyan elections. Designed and taught by leading Kenyan and international experts, the course will outline and unpack the complex electoral processes and political context for Kenya’s second post-devolution election set for August 2017. The course is designed for practitioners and policy makers. It will discuss the ways in which donors, civil society and the business community can best engage with the electoral process, and evaluate the kind of supportive interventions available to domestic and international actors, and the likely impacts these might have.
- Nic Cheeseman, Professor of Democracy and International Development, Birmingham University
- Denis Galava, Visiting Research Fellow, Kings College London, formerly Managing Editor at the Daily Nation
- Karuti Kanyinga, Professor, Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi
- Gabrielle Lynch, Associate Professor of Comparative Politics, University of Warwick
- Mutuma Ruteere, Director, Centre for Human Rights and Policy Studies (CHRIPS), UN Special Rapporteur, Racism and Xenophobia.
- Justin Willis, Professor of History, Durham University
How to apply
To reserve a place on the course, please complete the online application form before 1 February 2017. The course fee is USD1,700 per person, and comprises lunch and refreshments, and additional learning resources that participants will receive in advance of and during the course. Accommodation, travel and visas are not included in the fee. The venue location in Nairobi will be shared with confirmed participants only. APPLY HERE