Advocacy, Lobbying and Legal Aspects in Social Development June/July 2010 Past Paper – KNEC Diploma

Advocacy, Lobbying and Legal Aspects in Social Development Past Examination Question Paper – June/July 2010

This Past Paper examination was examined by the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) and it applies to the following courses:

  • Diploma in Social Work and Community Development – Module II

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DIPLOMA IN SOCIAL WORK AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
MODULE 2 (KNEC)
ADVOCACY, LOBBYING AND LEGAL ASPECTS IN SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
(JUNE/JULY 2010)

SECTION A: ADVOCACY AND LOBBYING

1. a) Differentiate between each of the following terms:
i. Lobbying and advocacy
ii. Self advocacy and citizen advocacy (8 marks)
b) Describe six conditions which are necessary for a successful advocacy campaign (12 marks)

2. a) State and explain four tools used by a lobby groups to educate an elected official about issues and concerns about of the group (8 marks)
b) Describe six measures used to advocate for women rights and freedom (12 marks)

3. a) Explain four intervention measures used by the government to prevent gender-based violence. (8 marks)
b) Describe six behavioral practices which lobbyist should avoid in order to build a lasting relationship with elected officials. (8 marks)

4. a) State and describe four types of mass media which would be used for advocacy work (8 marks)
b) State and describe six characteristics of an effective partnership for advocacy (12 marks)

SECTION B: LEGAL ASPECTS IN SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT WORK

5. a) Explain each of the following crimes:
i. Homicide
ii. Infanticide
iii. Bigamy
iv. Incest (8 marks)
b) State and describe six essentials of a valid contract (12 marks)

6. a) Describe any four issues on the constitution of Kenya as a source of law in the country (8 marks)
b) Describe six circumstances under which a purported contract of marriage is void (12 marks)

7. a) Julius married Mary according to their religious rites. After staying together for five years, Julius deserted Mary and their two children and set-up a home with another woman called Jane. After staying with Jane for one year Julius died. In his will he had left all his property to Jane and nothing to Mary.
Mary is now aggrieved.
Advice Mary. (10 marks)
b) Explain five rights of children to fair treatment under juvenile justice. (10 marks)

8. a) Describe the liabilities in tort of the following persons:
i. The government
ii. An infant or a minor
iii. A husband and a wife
iv. An alien or a non-citizen (8 marks)
b) State and describe six characteristics of a public company (12 marks)

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