Dr. C.A. Mumma-Martinon,a lecturer at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration and 2 Students of the Department (Denis Omondi and Ngina Mary Muia), both fourth years attended the Extractive Sector Forum on the 20th April 2016 at the Amber Hotel, Nairobi.
This was organized by the Nairobi Process (Institute for Human Rights and Business) and the Institute for Law and Environmental Governance (ILEG).
This is the second forum, among many others which will follow on stakeholder engagement and community participation in the extractive sector (Mining and Oil and Gas).
Dr. C.A. Mumma-Martinon, a lecturer at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration and three Students of the Department (MA student, Eva Matheka, 3rd year and Zablone Izaak 4th year) attended and contributed to the Research Agenda at the IPSTC on the 12th February 2016.
IPSTC is a research and training institution focusing on capacity building in peace Support Operations (PSO) at the strategic, operational and tactical levels within the framework of African Peace and Security Architecture and has developed to be a regional Centre of Excellence for the African Standby Force (ASF) in Eastern Africa.
Dr. C.A. Mumma-Martinon,a lecturer at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration and 9 Students of the Department attended the IPSTC Amani Lectures series on the 15th April 2016 and contributed to the discussion on the topic “ Addressing Terrorism in African Peace Support Operations (PSO)”
The students included: Fourth years: Zablone Izaak, Jospephe Otieno, James Njuguna, Knight Roselyn Foxie, Ali Ifesa and Third Years: Eva Matheka, Austin Mbega and Wikister Sergon.