Film ”Tomorrow Will Come: Getting Justice in Kenya”

More than three years have passed since the violence that followed the election in Kenya in 2007 took place, when more than 1,300 people were killed and several hundred thousand people were displaced from their homes. Still the authorities have not investigated the crimes. In 2010 the International Criminal Court (the ICC) brought charges against six high-ranking officials and politicians, suspected of crimes against humanity.

The film Tomorrow Will Come: Getting Justice in Kenya is about civil society’s struggle against impunity and the International Criminal Court’s work in Kenya.

Participating in both the film and in the subsequent discussion is Mr. Maina Kiai, a Kenyan human rights defender and newly appointed Special Rapporteur on freedom of assembly and association by the United Nations.

Discussion led by Mr. Robert Hårdh, Executive Director at Civil Rights Defenders

Wednesday May 4, 2011
Time: 18:30 – 20:00. Coffee/tea and sandwich served from 18:00
Location: Stora Nygatan 26, Stockholm

Sign up no later than Monday May 2 via

The seminar will be held in English.

In order to see film please check out InformAction homepage. The discussion will be broadcasted live online via Bambuser. You can ask questions to the speaker directly via the chat.


Categories: Uncategorized.
Tags: ICC, Impunity, and Maina Kiai.
Regions: Kenya.