Faculty

Name

Designation

Courses at HIPSIR

Dr. Elias Omondi Opongo, SJ

ñ          Director of HIPSIR

ñ          Full-time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          Ethics of War and Peacebuilding

Rev. Dr. Kifle Wansamo, SJ

ñ          Ass. Director of HIPSIR

ñ          Full-time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          Theories of Conflict

ñ          Conflict Resolution

ñ          Identity and Conflict

Dr. Toussaint Kafarhire, SJ

ñ          Full-time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          African Culture and Conflict

ñ          International relations

ñ          Foreign Policy Analysis

Prof. Robert White, SJ

ñ          Part-time Lecturer at Tangaza College (CUEA) University of Nairobi, Daystar University and St. Augustine University of Tanzania

ñ          Part-time Lecturer  at HIPSIR

ñ          Communication for Conflict Resolution and Culture of Dialogue

ñ          Refugees, International Law and African Politics

Dr. James Stormes, SJ

ñ          Full-time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          Part time Lecture at Hekima School of Theology

ñ          International Economics

ñ          Religion and Peacebuilding

Dr. Paul Odundo

ñ          Head of Department, Department of Education at the University of Nairobi

ñ          Part-time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          Environment and Disaster Management

Dr. Elias Mokua

ñ          Part-time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          Thesis Proposal and Presentation

ñ          Communication for Conflict Resolution & Culture Dialogue

Dr. Gaspar Suhnwa, SJ

ñ          Part-Time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          Religion and Peace Building

Dr. Martin Ouma

ñ          Part-time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          Diplomacy

ñ          International Security

Prof. Omoka Wanakayi

ñ          Expert Researcher at Shallom Centre for Peace

ñ          Part-time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          Element of Statistics

ñ          Social Science Research Methods

Prof. Jesse Mugambi

ñ          University of Nairobi, Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies.

ñ          Part Time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          African Culture and Conflict

Dr. Patrick Maluki

ñ          Full-time Lecturer at the University of Nairobi, Institute of Diplomacy and International Studies (IDIS)

ñ          Part-time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          International Security

ñ          International Peacekeeping Missions

ñ          Diplomacy

Dr. Rosa Ko

ñ          Senior Lecturer, Catholic University of Eastern Africa

ñ          Part-time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          International Relations

Dr. Paul Tang

ñ          Full-time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          Foreign Policy Analysis

ñ          Training on the use of SPSS

ñ          International Security

ñ          Regional Integration and Globalization

Dr. Elisee Rutagambwa

ñ          Part-time Lecturer at HIPSIR

ñ          International Human Rights Law

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