Over the last year, Kenya has witnessed State harassment, arrests and conviction of Kenyan Internet users. Interaction between the law, the Internet and the State has been unclear and ambiguous.
To this end, BAKE in collaboration with Mugambi Laibuta, an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya will carry out training on the law and internet in Kenya. The training will be held on 13thth June, 2015 from 9.00 am to 1.00pm. The venue is Batian Hotel, along Gakere Road – Nyeri.
You are invited to the training to learn the following:
• The Legal system,
• Criminal Law Process,
• Communication Laws,
• Intellectual Property,
• Consumer Law and
• Social Media Policies.
About iFreedoms Kenya
This is an iFreedoms Kenya training under the Kenya Monitor program. Click here for more information.
About the trainer
Mugambi Laibuta is the team leader at Mugambi Laibuta & Associates. He is Advocate of the High Court of Kenya with experience in legal research and project management. He has academic and practical expertise in constitutional review, design and implementation plus legislative drafting. Currently he is a lecturer at the Kenya School of Law and a former Research Fellow at the African Centre for Business and Human Rights at Strathmore University. He is also a Trained Mediator and a Monitoring, Evaluation Professional and advisor on business innovation and sustainability.
Title: The Law and Social Media
Date: 13th June 2015
Venue: Batian Hotel, Nyeri Town along Gakere Road and next to Kamukunji stadium.
Time: 9.00am to 1.00pm