Title Kenya: 1. What are the employment opportunities for a person within Kenya especially in the field of education if the person has been overseas as a student for some years and holds a bachelor, masters and a Graduate Diploma in Teaching from overseas. 2. What qualifications are there for a person wishing to be a teacher in Kenya? 3. Is there evidence to suggest that a woman from the Luo tribe who cannot work as a teacher because she is not qualified enough will also be denied medical treatment because she is unemployed and will be discriminated against in society generally and particularly in employment. 3. Are single women in their 30's forced to marry?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 25 June 2010
Country Kenya
Topics Gender discrimination | Women's rights
Citation / Document Symbol KEN36753
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Kenya: 1. What are the employment opportunities for a person within Kenya especially in the field of education if the person has been overseas as a student for some years and holds a bachelor, masters and a Graduate Diploma in Teaching from overseas. 2. What qualifications are there for a person wishing to be a teacher in Kenya? 3. Is there evidence to suggest that a woman from the Luo tribe who cannot work as a teacher because she is not qualified enough will also be denied medical treatment because she is unemployed and will be discriminated against in society generally and particularly in employment. 3. Are single women in their 30's forced to marry? , 25 June 2010, KEN36753, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4f5df7282.html [accessed 26 December 2014]
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