Publications By Author : Jackline Kagume

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Mon, Sep 12, 2022

Webinar #22 of 2022: Funding The Judiciary And Independent Offices: Key Insights From Budgets Analysis

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Budget,

This presentation was made by Jackline Kagume and Leo Kipkogei Kemboi during the Virtual public forum on Funding The Judiciary And Independent Offices: Key Insights From Budgets Analysis held on Friday, 9th September  2022.



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Fri, Sep 2, 2022

The Economics of Pretrial Detention: Reducing Congestion in Kenya’s Prisons

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Democracy, Economic Development,

This presentation was made by Jackline Kagume and Leo Kipkogei Kemboi during the Virtual public forum on The Economics of Pretrial Detention: Reducing Congestion in Kenya’s Prisons held on Friday, 2nd September  2022.



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Fri, Sep 2, 2022

The Economics of Pretrial Detention: Reducing Congestion in Kenya’s Prisons

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Diplomacy, Economic Development,

Key policy actors in the criminal justice system have raised concerns over prison congestion in the recent past. The former Chief Justice David Maraga decried the condition of prisons, stating that the number of prisoners remanded was causing congestion in the facilities. The Chief Justice raised concerns over the rising number of people remanded in prisons for petty crimes. He noted that most offenders in remand had failed to raise money to facilitate bonds and cash bails and stated that the Judiciary would review bail and bond terms to make them realistic rather than repressive.



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No of Downloads: 111.

Wed, Aug 17, 2022

Budget Brief for the Fiscal Year 2022–2023: Judiciary, Parliament, and Selected Constitutional Commissions and Independent Offices

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Budget,

The Institute of Economic Affairs prepared this budget brief with the aim of providing a summary of the budgets of two branches of government—the Judiciary and Parliament—as well as a few constitutional commissions and independent offices. The main objectives of this analysis are to monitor judicial funding and identify issues that could enhance parliament’s allocations to the Judiciary and allow better service delivery for provision of the public good of justice administration. In order to provide this public good, the main priorities include quick resolution of cases and elimination of case backlogs. Regarding constitutional commissions and independent offices, they are small (in comparison to the three branches of government) and could easily be overlooked in the budget process, which is largely based on political bidding, given the oversight role that these institutions play in Kenya’s democratic framework.



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No of Downloads: 408.

Thu, Mar 10, 2022

Webinar #6of2022: 2022 Index of Economic Freedom: Results and Observation on Kenya & EAC

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Economic Development,

This presentation was made by Ms. Jackline Kagume and Leo  Kipkogei Kemboi both of IEA-Kenya during a Virtual public forum on the 2022 Index of Economic Freedom: Results and Observation on Kenya & EAC held on Thursday, 10 March 2022.



File Size: 434 KB
No of Downloads: 177.

Tue, Feb 1, 2022

Webinar #02of2022: Special Audit Reports on Utilization of Covid-19 Funds

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Budget,

This presentation was made by Ms. Jackline Kagume and Leo  Kipkogei Kemboi both of IEA-Kenya during a Virtual public forum on the Special Audit Reports on Utilization of Covid-19 Funds on Tuesday, 1st February 2022.



File Size: 362 kb
No of Downloads: 199.

Thu, Nov 25, 2021

IEA Kenya Webinar #38/2021: Privatization and Economic Reforms in Kenya

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Economic Development,

This presentation was made by Leo Kipkogei Kemboi of IEA-Kenya during a Virtual public forum on Privatization and Economic Reforms in Kenya held on Thursday, 25th November 2021.



File Size: 452 KB
No of Downloads: 369.

Thu, Nov 18, 2021

Comments on the Judiciary Medium-Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) Financial Year 2022/2023-2024/2025

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

The IEA  proposes the hiring of more judicial officers and expanding court access at the Magistrates Court level. Unless the number of judicial officers meets the case supply, overall case resolution for the filed and pending cases will continue to remain suboptimal.  The hiring of additional judicial officers specifically at the Magistrates Courts should be costed and highlighted under the resource requirement within the MTEF. It should also be indicated as a strategic objective. This information would be key to effective advocacy for more resources.

 



File Size: 138KB
No of Downloads: 445.

Thu, Nov 18, 2021

Presentation on the State of Access to Information in Kenya: 5 Years Post-Enactment of the Act

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Transparancy,

This presentation was made by Ms. Jackline Kagume and Leo KemboI both of IEA-Kenya during a Virtual public forum on the State of Access to Information in Kenya: 5 Years Post-Enactment of the Act held on Thursday, 18th November 2021.



File Size: 502KB
No of Downloads: 255.