This guest post from Landesa describes how the Kenya Justice Project is aimed at making rural communities more aware of women’s new rights.
Deborah Espinosa is a regular contributor to Landesa. She is a senior attorney, land tenure specialist, and photographer. She is a land law and policy attorney with expertise in land tenure policy, legal and regulatory reform, women’s access and rights to land, land-related conflicts and dispute resolution, land titling and registration, and legal literacy. She also has broad expertise in environmental and natural resources law. Deborah has performed rural fieldwork to understand land-related customary law for purposes of designing new land policy, legislation, and interventions, with particular emphasis on women’s access to land.