DIALOGUE & DISSENT

A CONSTITUTION IN SEARCH OF A COUNTRY KENYA

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“Dialogue and Dissent: A constitution in search of a country Kenya” is a valuable record of the fight for a society founded on constitutional values of inclusion, equality and social justice. Written for global audiences, the book shares vivid insights and bold perspectives from some of Kenya’s boldest advocates over 2010-2020.

In their stories, lie the simple choices they take daily to uphold democracy and respect human rights in a world where these conditions are rapidly diminishing. It is a call to all citizens to inspire others, serve and act in the public interest.

 

It carries that universal message of hope that we can rise above our circumstances and act free of our past. In so doing, we offer ourselves the possibility of societies in which all are dignified and safe.

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Dialogue and Dissent author Irungu Houghton in discussion with John Sibbi-Okumu, Pass the Mic Let's Talk, June 11, 2021

"Is that so?" Dialogue and Dissent author Irungu Houghton in dialogue with Suzanne Silantoi on 19 July 2021

Dialogue and Dissent author Irungu Houghton in discussion with John Sibbi-Okumu, Christine Nkonge, Immaculate Were and Mbogi ya MaWriters, 26 August 2021 

Dialogue and Dissent author Irungu Houghton with Gigi Louisa, Ayiecho Awuor and the Amnesty book club, 30 July 2021

Dialogue and Dissent author Irungu Houghton with Wendy Njoroge and African book talk series, Columbia Global Center-Nairobi, 27 July 2021

Book Tour Conversations

Watch one of the Book Launch Conversations from Madaraka Day 2021

Session #1: Stay Expressed

Session #4: Stay Creative