Title Kenya: 1. Is it usual for women to become members of the Mungiki? 2. Are women given positions of responsibility in the Mungiki? 3. What does the initiation ceremony for female members of the Mungiki involve? 4. Is there any information on the way the Mungiki conduct their meetings? 5. Do the Mungiki force women in their thirties to undergo FGM? 6. Are the Mungiki still engaged in violence in Kenya? If yes, whom do they target? 7. Do the Kenyan authorities provide protection to individuals against harm by the Mungiki?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 13 January 2012
Country Kenya
Topics Armed groups / Militias / Paramilitary forces / Resistance movements | Female genital mutilation (FGM) | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol KEN39764
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Kenya: 1. Is it usual for women to become members of the Mungiki? 2. Are women given positions of responsibility in the Mungiki? 3. What does the initiation ceremony for female members of the Mungiki involve? 4. Is there any information on the way the Mungiki conduct their meetings? 5. Do the Mungiki force women in their thirties to undergo FGM? 6. Are the Mungiki still engaged in violence in Kenya? If yes, whom do they target? 7. Do the Kenyan authorities provide protection to individuals against harm by the Mungiki?, 13 January 2012, KEN39764, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/5033b44c60.html [accessed 26 July 2014]
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