The Registrar of Political Parties Ann Nderitu joined other players for the launch of the Charter of Inclusion spearheaded by CRAWN Trust organization on 2nd August, 2020 in Nairobi. She outlined the affirmative action ORPP had taken to ensure inclusivity such as; ensuring compliance of the 2/3 gender representation in political parties membership and leadership; Amendments of the Political Parties Act especially section 25 which expands the eligibility of Political Parties to qualify for Political Parties Fund based on the number of Special Interests Groups among others.
Registrar of Political Parties signs the inclusion Charter document at Desmond Tutu conference center, Westlands Nairobi.
The overall goal of the Charter was to contribute to the building of a just, inclusive and democratic society, founded on an informed and empowered citizenry. In her part,the Registrar termed the Charter as a progressive document which is the right move towards inclusion and equality.
All organizations representatives signed the inclusion Charter document as a commitment to promoting inclusivity in electoral, political and governance process in Kenya.
Officials of CRAWN Trust together with Registrar of Political Parties (Centre) in a group photo at Desmond Tutu conference centre on 2nd August, 2022