Senior Lecturer/Researcher, Department of Political Science, Moi University
|Degrees:||B.A. (Moi), M.A. (Witwatersrand)|
Dulo Nyaoro is a Senior lecturer and researcher in the Department of Political Science, Moi University, and Coordinator at the Peace and Reconciliation Institute. He coordinates the MA degree programme in Forced Migration at Moi University. Nyaoro holds a BA in Political Science from Moi University and an MA in Migration Studies from the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa. Nyaoro is the team leader of the Kenya Geographic Working of LERRN and has conducted research on displacement in Kenya, South Africa and Somalia. He has published several pieces on migration and refugee issues in Kenya and the horn of Africa. Research interests include development and migration, human rights, African politics and governance, and Peace and Conflicts studies.
Thursday, September 1, 2022
Moments of Negotiated Independence: Localized Knowledge Ecosystems on Forced Migration in East Africa and the Middle East
Heather Alexander, Carleton University Maysa Baroud, American University of Beirut Kiya Gezahegne, Addis...
Saturday, June 25, 2022
LERRN Partners Present at REF Conference 2022
LERRN partners Linda Oucho, Mark Oyat, Pascal Zigashane, Dulo Nyaoro and Kiya Gezahegne, along with LERRN Research Officer Heather Alexander, presented on refugee led organizations and localized knowledge ecosystems at the...