My Exciting Research Journey with the APN

I consider myself privileged to have been part of the African Peacebuilding Network’s (APN) scholarly community since its inception in 2012. As a social researcher with a little over 30 years of experience, I have engaged in dozens of research projects and professional activities in over 40 countries and produced numerous publications, many of them funded through competitive research grants. In this exciting intellectual journey, I have researched the broad areas of international development, higher education, African politics, conflictology, peacebuilding, and peace and security studies. The APN has been a major part of my exciting intellectual journey, especially in the last decade. The narrative of my initial contact and progressive engagements with the APN can be best explained within the changing dynamics of my research interests as a policy-engaged scholar.

by May 24, 2022
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