You are here


Navigating Security and Democracy in Kenya: Ambassador Dr Monica Juma and Ambassador Dr Martin Kimani

12 October 2017, 16:00
RUSI Whitehall
RUSI Members Only
As Kenya prepares for a new presidential election, the country's democratic processes are under intense international scrutiny. Kenya is a vital partner for the UK and other countries in counter-terrorism, and is dealing with significant security threats at home while playing a major role in peacekeeping in Somalia.

In this private event, two major figures in the Government of Kenya will discuss the challenge of navigating democracy and security at this critical time. Ambassador Monica Juma, D.Phil, CBS is Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She was previously Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Defence, and has served in a wide variety of posts in both government and inter-governmental organisations. Ambassador Martin Kimani, PhD is the Director of Kenya’s National Counter Terrorism Centre and Special Envoy CVE. Prior to this role, he was  Permanent Representative and Head of Mission to the United Nations at  Nairobi and the UN Environment Programme (UNEP).

This event is now open to all RUSI Members. If you would like to register for a place please click the register now button above. 

Refreshments will be served from 1530.

Open to RUSI Members Only

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Support Rusi Research