Margaret Angucia (2012 ISSRPL)
Margaret Angucia is a Senior Lecturer in the department of Good Governance and Peace Studies at Uganda Martyrs University. She obtained her doctorate based on her book Broken Citizenship: formerly abducted children and their social reintegration in northern Uganda from the University of Groningen. Currently she is the Associate Director of the School of Postgraduate Studies at Uganda Martyrs. She is a former member of the Inter-religious National Task Force for peace and conflict transformation for free, fair and peaceful elections. Her research interests include issues concerning children and war and their reintegration, the politics of conflict memory and peace building.
Godfrey Barigye (2012 EPA)
Barigye was born and raised in Uganda.
Bendicto Kambiito (2012 EPA)
Kabiito Bendicto is a former student of the East African School of Diplomacy, Governance and International Studies, under the Department of Good Governance, Uganda Martyrs University. He graduated with MA Sustainable Peace and conflict Management on 15th November, 2012. After being equipped with knowledge of International Humanitarian Law, ethics of war and Peace, African traditions and structures on peace building, among others and skills in conflict analysis and conflict prevention.
Marsiale Kamugisha (2012 EPA)
Kamugisha is at Uganda Martyrs University.
Khellen Musiime (2012 EPA)
Musiime Khellen Everlyn is the In-charge of Uganda Martyrs University Infirmary (sick bay) where she executes both managerial and technical responsibilities. In the area of administration and management, she undertakes general management of the unit- planning, supervising activities, quantifying the requirements of medicine and sundries, analyzing the trends of morbidity and making reports. In the technical field, she diagnoses sicknesses and treats patients who are university students, staff and their families. In addition, she advises the University on general hygiene practices for students and staff on issues of health and sanitation. She also provides health education to new students during their induction. She advises the entire university community on issues of health especially when there is an outbreak of any disease. In her previous work before becoming the University Nurse, she worked in Nkozi Hospital where she was In-charge of the General Ward. She also worked in Itojo hospital as a Midwife and Rukungiri district health centre as a midwife.
Tom Muyanja (2012 EPA)
Muyanja is a senior lecturer in Economics Faculty of Science of Uganda Martyrs University which he joined in 1998. Before that he taught the same subject at Makerere University from 1973 to 1981. He left the University to work for ESSCO Standard (U) Ltd, an American Oil Marketing Company for 16 years (before it closed its operations in Uganda) as its Supply Planning and Economics Manager and also its Operations Manager until 1997. In Economics, he interests himself in studying the History of Uganda. He has always been interested in amicable relationship between people.
Jacqueline Nakaira (2012 EPA)
Nakaiza is a Researcher and Writing Consultant at SNE Consultants Inc. She is a member of the management board of the Journal of Development Studies.
Estellina Namutebi (2012 EPA)
Namutebi works at Uganda Martyrs University.
David N. Tshimba (2009, 2012 ISSRPL, 2012 EPA)
David-Ngendo Tshimba is a Social Research Fellow and Assistant Lecturer in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Uganda Martyrs University, from where he earned both his BA (honors) in Ethics and Development Studies and MA (distinction) in Sustainable Peace and Conflict Management. Having chiefly lived in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Uganda, and Kenya, David is currently serving as Junior Research Fellow in the Great Lakes Project jointly implemented by The Hague-headquartered Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) Foundation, the Nairobi-headquartered Peace Initiative Africa (NPI-Africa) and the Durban-headquartered African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD).
Moses Tumusiime (2012 EPA)
Tumusiime is a Program Officer for Peacebuilding and Conflict Management with National Association of Women Organizations in Uganda.
Simon Omaada Esibo (2011 ISSRPL)
Simon Omaada Esibo is a member of the Pluralism Knowledge Programme (PKP) National Steering Committee in Uganda. He is the Uganda Martyrs University PKP contact person. Esibo is fluent in English and Kiswahili. He holds BA Honours from the University of Zimbabwe and MA in Peace and Conflict Studies from Makerere University (Uganda). Currently, Esibo teaches in the Department of Good Governance and Peace Studies in Uganda Martyrs University.
Maximiano Ngabirano (2010, 2011 ISSRPL)
Maximiano Ngabirano is a Senior Lecturer in the Institute of Ethics and Development Studies at Uganda Martyrs University. He holds a PhD in theology from The Catholic University of Leuven. At Uganda Martyrs University, he heads a Department of Good Governance and Peace Studies and teaches Ethics, Religion and Development. He is involved in various research fields. Currently, he is in a team conducting research on diversity, marginalization and pluralism in Uganda.
Pontian Godfrey Okoth (2011 ISSRPL)
Pontian Godfrey Okoth is Professor of History and International Relations at the East African School of Diplomacy, Governance and International Studies, Uganda Martyrs University, Kampala, Uganda, and former Vice Chancellor, Lugazi University. He received the BA (Hons) degree in History and the Concurrent Diploma in Education from Makerere University in 1978, the M.A. in History from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, in 1980, and the Ph. D. in History from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1987.Okoth has also been visiting scholar at institutions of academic excellence such as Nuffield College, University of Oxford, the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C., the American Studies Center, Hyderabad, India, and the American Studies Center, Salsburg, Austria. He has also received such prestigious awards as the Fulbright Scholarship, the Indian Council for Cultural Relations Award, and the Carnegie Corporation of New York Research Award, among others, and his research interests and teaching include diplomatic history, foreign policy, international conflict management and peace studies. He is married with four children.
Diana Berocwiny (2009 ISSRPL)
I am Berocwiny Diana, currently a student at Uganda Martyrs University-Nkozi, pursuing a degree in Ethics and Development studies. I am a girl of substance with potentiality and belief in hope over fear and grace over misfortune guided by humility right in the heart. My pride comes from the fact that I can ‘achieve’ a lot today that many think of ‘doing’ tomorrow and make the ‘little’ that people take for granted ‘big’. And all that shapes me is my ultimate appreciation for Education and Life at most.