This research titled Impact of international human rights monitoring mechanisms in Kenya explores the influence of the findings of international monitoring mechanisms in Kenya. The research demonstrates that the findings have had limited impact on national legislation, executive policy, court decisions and the constitution making process. Further, the research illustrates that the key factors accounting for impact of the findings of monitoring mechanisms are internalisation in the political, legal and social order, domestic structures and processes and non-state actors. In addition, the research explores the limited impact of the findings despite their legal internalisation through the Kenya Constitution, 2010 and demonstrates that it is as a result of incomplete internalisation in the political and social order. The research adds to existing literature on impact of international human rights monitoring mechanisms and also to the literature on state compliance with international law through theory testing.