LRF collaborates with both state and non-state actors including but not limited to The Judiciary, Kenya Prison Services, Kenya Police Service, Child care institutions, National Committee on Criminal Justice Reforms (NCCJR), National Council on Administration of Justice (NCAJ), The Sexual Offenses Act Task Force and Special Task Force for the Review of the Children’s Act.
Our strategic interventions are anchored on: ·Practice advocacy · Policy negotiations · Stakeholder strategic positioning · Legal aid and legal education · Community organization · Mentorship and coaching · Select topical and issue specific media engagement · Research and evidence building.
why choose us
In 1997 and 1998, LRF was feted during the Mbalamwezi theatre awards for its contribution for the use of theatre for development in Kenya. It worn awards in the stage play, community theatre and schools theatre categories. These awards came due to the impact made by LRF with its unique use of participatory theatre to highlight contemporary legal and human rights issues. LRF plays received critical acclaim in national press for highlighting critical issues such as corruption, domestic violence and land inheritance that had previously not received such coverage.