Introduction: Justice for All (01:34)
Four billion people in the world have no access to justice. Kenya is an important testing ground for legal innovations.
Justice in Hand (03:11)
Volunteers come together in Nairobi to discuss an initiative using cell phones to provide access to legal services. Gertrude Angote talks about how the lawyer shortage in Kenya leads to a lack of representation.
Fighting Systemic Problems (02:16)
Sam Muller talks about the unique traits and problems in the Kenyan justice system. Muller works with HiiL, an organization devoted to reforming local justice systems around the world.
Innovating the Legal System (03:17)
Muller talks about why Kenya represents a crucial battleground in legal reform and innovation. Aimee Ongeso speaks about the ways lack of access to legal representation and justice impact society.
Chief Justice of Kenya (04:28)
Chief Justice Willy Mutunga speaks about the fight for the new constitution of Kenya and the vicious opposition to it from some sectors. Mutunga speaks about the new constitutions commitment to justice and equality.
Helping the Community (02:59)
Jamia Abdulrahim Mustafa speaks about her work in the community as a paralegal. Mustafa speaks on a radio show about fighting corruption.
Court System (05:00)
Angote speaks about the Kenyan court system and how it is biased against the people who need it the most. Mutunga gives a tour of a colonial era courtroom and speaks about the history of the colonial courts.
Mapping Issues (02:03)
Ongeso speaks about fighting for rights using the m-haki platform. M-haki is used to map injustices in Kenya so the program directors can send fact finding missions.
Prison Reform (04:00)
Mutunga visits the prison where he was imprisoned as a political dissident without trial. Mutunga speaks about the prison reform and improvement that has taken place since his incarceration.
Paralegals in the Prison (02:53)
Peter Ouko is both a prisoner and a paralegal, he speaks about using his legal education to help other prisoners.
Reopening Cases (03:09)
Ouko and other prisoners speak about educating themselves from prison and how they can assist others even from behind bars.
The Rule of Law (04:04)
Mutunga speaks about how important justice for all is for a thriving society. Mustafa talks about post-election violence and how things have improved since the new constitution. Angela Oduor Lungati speaks about her experience during the violence after the election.
Start-ups for Justice (04:30)
Lungati talks about her work with a tech startup centered on using cell phones to map and combat violence and human rights violations. Lungati talks about using the app to facilitate election monitoring.
Revolution Within the System (02:57)
Mutunga talks about the still rampant corruption in Kenya and how citizens contact him via Twitter to combat it. Mutunga thinks the next Kenyan election will be primarily about the issue of corruption.
Credits: Justice for All (00:21)
Credits: Justice for All
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