Advocacy, Lobbying and Legal Aspects in Social Development June/July 2012 Past Paper – KNEC Diploma

Advocacy, Lobbying and Legal Aspects in Social Development Past Examination Question Paper – June/July 2012

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 2012)

SECTION A: ADVOCACY AND LOBBYING

1. a) Explain each of the following types of advocacy
i. Bureaucratic
ii. Health
iii. Mass
iv. Legislative
v. Ideological (10 marks)
b) Statement and explain five tools used by lobbyist while lobbying (10 marks)

2. a) Explain four roles of human rights organizations (8 marks) b)
i. Explain the meaning of budget advocacy (2 marks)
ii. Explain five benefits of budget advocacy (10 marks)

3. a) Differentiate between the following terms;
i. Direct lobbying and grassroot lobbying
ii. Advocacy and lobbying (8 marks)
b) Explain six provision of the advocacy planning cycle (12 marks)

4. a) Explain four interventions by civil society organizations in reducing gender based violence (8 marks)
b) Explain six factors considered when choosing media for advocacy (12 marks)

SECTION B: LEGAL ASPECTS IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

5. a) i. Differentiate between corporation sole and corporation aggregate (4 marks)
ii. Explain two ways in which a corporation is formed (4 marks)
b) i. Explain the meaning of intestate succession (2 marks)
ii. Explain five rules of governing the distribution of an interstate’s estate where the intestate leaves a surviving spouse and a child or children (10 marks)

6. a) i. Explain the meaning of the term tort (2 marks)
ii. Explain four differences between a contract and a tort (8 marks)
b) Explain five rules of terminating an offer (10 marks)

7. a) State and explain four systems of marriage recognized in Kenya (8 marks)
b) State and describe six sources of law in Kenya (12 marks)

8. a) Explain each of the following sexual offences:
i. Attempted defilement
ii. Child sex trafficking
iii. Gang rape
iv. Child pornography (8 marks)
b) State and explain six general defences in criminal offence. (12 marks)

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