Kenya Elections

Reflections on the 2022 General Elections in Kenya: What is at Stake?


Location: Zoom Webinar

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Kenya, like many African countries has struggled and continues to struggle with management of elections. This has often led to outbreaks of post-election violence resulting in killings and displacement of many people, among other results. In 2007, more than 1,100 people were killed and over 500,000 displaced following its 2007 elections—just one example of the devastating toll such violence can take.

With a highly contested election in  August 2022 that will see a transitional government, this panel of Kroc Institute and Notre Dame Law School alumni, explores the question, what has been done and what still remains to be done to reduce the likelihood of electoral violence almost 15 years after 2007 post-election violence?

Panelists will contribute diverse perspectives on the repercussions of the 2022 elections and discuss strategies that were put in place to mitigate the likelihood of violence. 

This panel is co-sponsored by the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, The Notre Dame East Africa Alumni Club, and Notre Dame International. 


Jackline Oluoch Aridi

Jackline Aridi (Moderator), Director of Nairobi Initiatives for Notre Dame International

M Kiunga

Muthee Kiunga, Human Rights Advocate; Resettlement Office, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

Levit Nudi

Levit Nudi, Cyber Security Researcher

Elias Omondi Opogo

Elias Opongo, S.J. (M.A. ’04), Director, Hekima University College Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations; Member, Kroc Institute Advisory Board

Shamsia Ramadan

Shamsia Ramadan (M.A. ’10), Independent Consultant on Peacebuilding, Peace and Security, Conflict Sensitivity Assessment, and Mediation and Negotiation 

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