ILEPA is also active in the area of knowledge generation, documentation and sharing. The organization has participated and contributed to a number of scientific research work on a broad range of topics including governance and corruption, Indigenous knowledge systems and practices and climate change and Pastoralism and land tenure amongst others. In doing research, ILEPA endeavors to promote participatory action based research approaches to inform the lobbying and advocacy programme of the organization.
James Twala, ILEPA’s program officer, speaks on alternative justice systems at a conference bringing together state institutions and traditional institutions to discuss alternative means of conflict resolution. The end product of this ongoing consultation process will be a research paper by Stanley Kimaren Riamit.
Village elders speaking on behalf of the community at a conference on alternative justice systems.