Research and Creative Interests
- Media Law & Policy
- Communications Law
- media & society
Trizah Ombewa is a law graduate and an advocate of the High Court of Kenya. She is a community enthusiast who is interested in social justice and has been actively involved in community work focused on SRHR rights, mental health, and the advancement of equality through human rights education. Trizah is an alumni of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) and has over the years served in different leadership roles as a member of various organizations that promote Human rights, gender equality, and women’s empowerment. She is passionate about creating a society where everyone has equal opportunities and access to justice, and she continuously strives to make a positive impact through her legal expertise and community engagement.
In the era of consumption and active use of different media platforms, she recognizes the power of media in shaping public opinion and believes in utilizing it as a tool for social change, raising awareness about important legal issues, and foster meaningful discussions that contribute to a more informed and empathetic society as a way of advancing justice. She recognizes the importance of leveraging these tools to amplify marginalized voices and promote inclusivity in the legal system. By utilizing media platforms, she aims to bridge the gap between legal professionals and the general public, making complex legal concepts more accessible and understandable for everyone. Through her efforts, she hopes to create a more equitable and just society where everyone has equal access to justice.