The Guild has so far held six Press Club Meetings. These are aimed at offering a platform to key figures in Kenya to discuss important issues in society.
[history date=”June 2018″ start=”yes” title=”The Media, Constitutionalism and Democracy: What Options for Kenya?” color=”theme”] Addressed by the Chief Justice and President of the Supreme of Kenya David Maraga.[/history]
[history date=”July 2018 ” start=”yes” title=”Media, Government and the Watchdog Role: Towards Effectiveness” color=”theme”]Addressed by the Information, Communications and Technology Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru.[/history]
[history date=”September 2018″ start=”yes” title=”Public Interest: Police as a Service to Society ” color=”theme”]Addressed by the Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinett.[/history]
[history date=”October 2018″ start=”yes” title=”Electoral Boundaries and Democratic Renewal in Kenya” color=”theme”]Held in partnership with the Centre for Multiparty Democracy (CMD), was addressed by IEBC Commissioner Abdi Guliye.[/history]
Besides seeking to advance discussions and debates on various issues under the themes indicated above, the Press Club meetings offered KEG an opportunity to partner with various organisations. For example, the Press Clubs were organised in conjunction with the Media Council of Kenya, International Justice Mission, and Centre for Multiparty Democracy (CMD)