The Vice Chancellor Professor Wainaina, the Chief Guest The First Secretary Political Affairs First Secretary Security and Rule of Law at the Embassy of The Kingdom of Netherlands to Nairobi Kenya, and The Head of Cameroonian Diplomatic Mission in Kenya Dr Vivian Nain Kuma, joined in a group photo by other guests, the University Management Team and the those who contributed chapters to the book.
Courtesy Call Group Photo, at the Centre is the Vice Chancellor of Kenyatta University, Professor Paul Wainaina, to his immediate right is Ms Kirtsten Hommes, The First Secretary for Political Affairs at the Embassy of The Kingdom of Netherlands to Nairobi Kenya, following by The Dean of the School of Security, Diplomacy and Peace Studies, Prof. Lucy Maina, and The Registrar Corporate Affairs, Professor Grace Bunyi. To the Vice Chancellor’s immediate left is The Deputy Vice Chancellor for Research, Innovation and Outreach Professor Frederick Gravenir, followed by The Chairperson, of the Department of International Relations, Conflict & Strategic Studies Dr Felistus Kinyanjui and Dr James Nyawo, a Lecturer in the Department of International Relations, Conflict & Strategic Studies. [23 August 2019]
Courtesy Call to the Vice Challencor, Professor Paul Wainaina, far left is Professor Frederick Gravenir, Deputy Vice Chancellor for Research, Innovation and Outreach (RIO), followed by Prof. Lucy Maina, The Dean of the School of Security, Diplomacy and Peace Studies and Dr Felistus Kinyanjui, The Chairperson, Department of International Relations, Conflict and Strategic Studies and Dr James Nyawo, Co-editor of the book and Lecturer in the Department of International Relations, Conflict and Strategic Studies, 23 August 2019.
MAJOR GENERAL SAMUEL NANDWA, DEPUTY CHIEF OF DEFENCE FORCES INTRODUCES SENIOR KENYA MILITARY ACADEMY TO PROF. PAUL WAINAINA, VICE CHANCELLOR KENYATTA UNIVERSITY.
SENIOR KENYA MILITARY ACADEMY STAFF ALONGSIDE THEIR COUNTERPARTS FROM KENYATTA UNIVERSITY JOIN THE CHIEF GUEST MAJOR GENERAL SAMUEL NANDWA AND PROF. PAUL WAINAINA, VICE CHANCELLOR KENYATTA UNIVERSITY IN SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM DURING THE MATRICULATION CEREMONY FOR KMA-07 HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY'S AMPHITHEATRE
Kenyatta University - Hosted International Criminal Law Experts to discuss the prospects, challenges and the future of International Criminal Justice in Africa since the Adoption of the Rome Statute in 1998. 23-24 September 2018.
Professor Viktor Marsai, from the National University of Public Service Budapest, Hungary delivering a Public Lecture on the Security situation in the Horn of Africa, at Kenyatta University, School of Security, Diplomacy and Peace Studies, Staff members and post-graduate students.
Kenyatta University Post-Graduate Students Attended United Nations Day Celebrations – at the United Nations Office in Nairobi Kenya.
 

Name: Dr. Joseph Wasonga
Title/Qualifications:
Department: International Relations, Conflict and Strategic Studies 
School: Security, Diplomacy and Peace Studies, Kenyatta University
Contact Address: P. O. Box 43844, 00100 Nairobi
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Position: Lecturer

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Mofd6r8AAAAJ&hl=en
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3474-1918

 

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Area of Specialization:

  • International political Economy
  •  Politics of International Criminal Justice
  •  Foreign Policy

Research Interests:

  •  Politics of international criminal justice
  • Politics of human rights
  •  Development Assistance
  • Civil Society

Published Articles

  • Joseph Wasonga (June 2009) ‘Rediscovering Mato Oput: The Acholi Justice System and the Conflict in Northern Uganda,’ Africa Peace and Conflict Journal, vo.2 no 1 (Peer reviewed); accessible at www.apcj.upeace.org.
  • Joseph Wasonga (2013) Exclusion of Women in Post-Conflict Peace Processes: Transitional. Justice in Northern Uganda in Feminist Perspectives on Transitional Justice
  • Joseph Wasonga, (2015) ‘Conflict Trajectory in Northern Uganda: Its Development and Nature’ book chapter published by Palgrave Macmillan, New York and London.
  • Wasonga and Ndege, Julius Kionga (2015). ‘Educational Training and Cultural Practices Causing Armed Conflicts In West Pokot,’ International Journal of Social Sciences Management and Entrepreneurship 2(1):274-288.
  • Joseph Wasonga and Martha Musalia, ‘Women’s Movements and Political Transformation in Kenya: a Historical Survey’, book chapter, Contentious Politics in Africa, Carolina Academic Press, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Joseph Wasonga, (2019) International Criminal Justice and the Lord’s Resistance Army: Enduring Dilemmas of Transitional Justice. New York: Routledge
  • Joseph Wasonga and James Nyawo (editors) (2019) International Criminal Justice in Africa since the Rome Statute. Nairobi: LawAfrica Publishing Limited.
  • Joseph Wasonga (2019) The Rule of Law and Interest of Politics: Challenges to International Criminal Tribunals in Africa, in Joseph Wasonga and James Nyawo (editors) (2019) International Criminal Justice in Africa since the Rome Statute. Nairobi: LawAfrica Publishing Limited.

Conferences/Workshops/Seminars Attended

Conferences Attended

  • September 2007: I participated in Philosophy of War and Peace Conference at the Catholic University of Eater Africa, Nairobi.
  • July 2-4 2008: I presented a paper at Activating Human Rights and Peace Conference at Southern Cross University, Australia. The paper was entitled “Peace & Justice Processes in Uganda: Global Hegemony or Self-Determination?”
  • 29 March to 31 March 2013: I presented a conference paper with Martha Musalia at the University of Texas, USA. The paper was entitled “Women’s Movements and Political Transformation in Kenya: A Historical Survey”.
  • 29 November, 2015: I presented a paper at Conference the SADC Law Conference hosted by the University of the Western Cape, South Africa. The paper was entitled ’The Potential for Impunity under the African Court of Justice and Human rights.’
  • 16th to 17th November 2017: I Co-presented a paper with Ms Lilian Mulati at conference on Seeking Asylum in Kenya help in Kenyatta University.
  • May 18 2017: I participated in a Workshop on “Balancing Jutice and Peace? The Role of Regional Organisation Transitional Justice Processes” organised at Daystar University, Nairobi.
  • September 2018: I organised and participated in an International Academic Conference on 20 Years since the Rome Statute: The Status of International Rule of Law and Democratic Governance in Africa at Kenyatta University.

Seminars Attended

  • May 18 2017: I participated in a Workshop on “Balancing Justice and Peace? The Role of Regional Organisation Transitional Justice Processes” organised at Daystar University, Nairobi.

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