A first step in a series of studies intended to discover how members of Kenyan ethnic groups elect National, Political and Ethnic identities, and how that election affected the 2007-2008 Post Election Violence, this field study examines as case study the relationship between the Kisii and Luo ethnic groups, setting up a comparison between the Kisii-Kipsigis ethnic relationship. Finding that the questions asked by actors such as the Kenyan National Commission on Human Rights were fundamentally wrong and incomplete, this study identifies questions of more significance to crisis-prevention and begins to identify methods to improve local civic-engagement within a community in Tabaka that relies so heavily on Soapstone.
Peace and Conflict Studies | Public Administration
Gwin, Josh, "Kenya’s Post-Election Violence: Using a Kisii-Luo Case Study for a Critique of Common Thought" (2010). Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection. 894.