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Dr. J. B. Ndohvu, Human Rights and Peace Programme Coordinator (Left), Abubakar Kipoma Said, Civic Education Manager, URAIA TRUST (Right)

Mr Said is a student in our pionneering MA Human Rights Degree class of September, 2012



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PRS Department
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Dr. J. B. Ndohvu (left), Gilbert Sebihogo (Centre) Dr. Ephraim Wahome (Right)

 

Gilbert Sebihogo (Left), Dr. S. I. Akaranga (Centre), Dr. Ephraim Wahome (Right)

 



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Prof. Solomon Monyenye (Left), Sammar Al Bulushi (Centre), Dr. S. I Akaranga (Right)

 

Yale University PhD Student visited the Department and enquired about the MA Human Rights Degree programme.  She held discussions with Dr. J. B. Ndohvu, the programme Coordinator, Prof. Solomon Monyenye and Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Dr. S. I. Akaranga



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PRS Department
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Mr. Uchenna Emelonye, Senior Human Rights Advisor based at the United Nations Headquarters, Gigiri, Nairobi, Kenya, delivered a Guest lecture to over  fifty Master of Arts Degree in Human Rights students, lectures and invited guests, Friday 28th June, 2013.  The topic of the lecture is   Adopting A Human Rights Based Approach to Kenya Development Plan”.

The lecture is part of a long tradition of the Department’s guest lecture series which ensures partnership with professionals and stakeholders in line with the Universities core value of professional development that bridges theory, practice and professionalism.



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UoN Main Campus, GW 207
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The purpose of the new found network is to research and disseminate ethical conservation practices that enhance the respect of human rights and promote heritage conservation. The network seeks to provide a forum for research for those involved in the study and practice of conservation in the fields of cultural and natural heritage.

 



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Department of History/CHRP
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