Neil Munro holds a BA (combined honours) in Chinese and Russian (Queensland, 1990) and a PhD in public policy from University of Strathclyde (2004). He has a comparative interest in participation in governance in post-communist and developing societies, and has published on a wide range of themes ranging from acceptance of bureaucratic norms through national identity, regimeContinue reading Dr Neil Munro
Nader Karimi is a lecturer at School of Engineering, University of Glasgow. He is an energy scientist and engineer with almost fifteen years of research experience. Nader completed his PhD at University of Melbourne, Australia in 2009 and subsequently worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Darmstadt University of Technology in Germany and University of CambridgeContinue reading Dr Nader Karimi
Grace Awosanmi is currently a doctoral student at the Department of Crop Production and Protection, Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife. She has managed different research and collaborative projects for the Seed Science and Technology Research Laboratory at Obafemi Awolowo University. These include Darwin Initiative Research on Community Tree Seeds (DIRECTS) (2006-2010); Collaborative Project between ObafemiContinue reading Grace Awosanmi
Anthony Kadoma is a Social Change and Community Development Specialist with a Masters of Arts Degree in Applied Community Change and Peacebuilding (October 2013) from Future Generations Graduate School WV USA and a Bachelors Degree of Adult and Community Education 2nd Class Upper Division (2006) from Makerere University Kampala, Uganda. Anthony has since 2007 hadContinue reading Anthony Kadoma
Teesa Bahana is Director of 32º East | Ugandan Arts Trust. The organization was founded for the creation and exploration of contemporary Ugandan art, and through her work, she seeks to create dynamic cultural exchange opportunities throughout the region, and to offer resources for artists and arts practitioners within Uganda and beyond. www.ugandanartstrust.org
Lizelle Bisschoff is a researcher in African film and the founder of the Africa in Motion (AiM) Film Festival, an annual African film festival taking place in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Dr Bisschoff directed the festival from 2006-2011 and currently act as advisor and member of the festival’s Management Team and Board of Trustees. The inspiration for theContinue reading Dr Lizelle Bisschoff
Richard Kagolobya has a multi-disciplinary academic background. He completed his doctoral studies in Drama and Theatre Studies from Stellenbosch University, South Africa, a Master of Philosophy in Indigenous Studies from Tromsø University– Norway and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Drama from Makerere University, Uganda. He is a poet, playwright and spontaneous vocal performer. CurrentlyContinue reading Dr Richard Kagolobya
AHIMBISIBWE Fabian Karembe is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Adult and Community Education, Makerere University. A trained professional adult and community educator, he holds a Master Degree and Bachelor’s degree in Adult and Community Education from Makerere University, and a Diploma in Secondary Education. He has vast experience in teaching and training inContinue reading Fabian Karembe Ahimbisibwe
Elson Kambalu is a visual artist/curator/gallerist/film maker based in Lilongwe, Malawi. He is increasingly drawn to conceptual and participatory work and he is interested in listening to, sharing people’s stories, and creating works that stimulate debate. Elson has exhibited extensively, and his work has appeared on BBC, CNN, and numerous broadcasting houses across the world.Continue reading Elson Kambalu
Joseph Watuleke is an Assistant Lecturer at Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda and a PhD candidate in Educational Management (With Bias in ePedagogy in Higher Education). Joseph was previously working at the University of Agder, Kristiansand Norway where he secured his MSc in Development Management and continued to support the International Research Conference on Climate Change and SecurityContinue reading Joseph Watuleke
Goitsemang Mmeko graduated from the University of Botswana with BA in Adult Education. She is currently doing MED in Adult Education at the University of Botswana, and her research interest is in the area of environment and sustainable development. She also does voluntary work at Disability Support Services Department at the University of Botswana. SheContinue reading Goitsemang Mmeko
Ms. Kellen Aganyira is a PhD Research Fellow at Makerere University, Uganda undertaking research on community engagement in Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) programs In Uganda’s forestry sector. Previously Ms Aganyira was an Assistant Lecturer completing both teaching and research in environmental education for the BA in Adult and Community Education. Kellen Aganyire has beenContinue reading Kellen Aganyira
A bored Civil Engineer turned happy environmentalist, Deepa has lived in Tanzania, Lesotho, India, Malawi, Swaziland and South Africa. She has a PhD in Environmental Science from North West University, South Africa and is a LEAD Fellow (Cohort 19). Her research interests are ecosystem services for poverty alleviation and climate change adaptation work. She hasContinue reading Deepa Pullanikkatil (PhD)
My research focus is structural geology and tectonics as well as pattern formation in geological systems.
Neil is a Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellow in the School of Engineering. He works on sustainable and socially responsible development of energy and water resources. He is an applied geoscientist with a strong track record in tackling geoenergy engineering challenges and has published articles on a range of earth science disciplines such asContinue reading Dr Neil Burnside
Dr. Mia Perry is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow. She works in the intersections of contemporary arts and cultural practices and formal and informal pedagogies.
Stewart Paul is an energetic, enthusiastic and a highly motivated young leader, with relevant knowledge, skills and capacity in planning and facilitating various initiatives for socio-economic as well as behavioural change in the society.
Kevin Aanyu (PhD) is a lecturer at the Department of Geology and Petroleum Studies (College of Natural Sciences, Makerere University).
Boyson Henry Z. Moyo is a Senior Lecturer at Bunda Campus at the Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Bonnie Slade is the Programme Leader for the International Master in Adult Education for Social Change (Erasmus Mundus) and Co-Director of Postgraduate Taught Programmes at the University of Glasgow.
Dixon Olutade Torimiro (PhD) is a Professor of Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology in the Faculty of Agriculture, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
Hannington Bananuka Twine is currently working as a Lecturer in the School of Distance and Lifelong Learning at Makerere University, Uganda.
Prof. Daniel Haydon is the Director of Institute/Professor of Population Ecology and Epidemiology at the University of Glasgow and an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Prof Lekoko has been educated in Botswana, Canada and USA, first as a teacher trainer then an adult educator.
Prof. Oitshepile MmaB Modise holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Adult Education with a major specialisation in human resource development.
Ms Kyauta Giwa is an Agriculturalist and has vast experience in gender, agricultural Extension and Management work.
Dr. Olekae Tsompi Thakadu is a Senior Research Scholar (Environmental Communication & Education) at the University of Botswana, Okavango Research Institute.
Prof. Sola Ajayi is an agricultural scientist with more than 20 years research and management experience in Nigeria, South Africa, Austria, Germany and United Kingdom.
Dr. Masego Ayo Mpotokwane received his Ph.D. in Environmental Science from the University of Stirling.
Dr Charles Masembe is a veterinarian, molecular geneticist and Associate Professor, with teaching and research experience in molecular genetics, diagnostics, evolution and epidemiology of important diseases of domestic animals, mainly Foot-and-Mouth Disease, African swine fever, and pathogen discovery.
Dr Vincent B. Muwanika is an Associate Professor and holds a PhD in Evolutionary & Conservation biology.
Brian Barrett is a lecturer at the School of Geographical & Earth Sciences at the University of Glasgow.
Dr. Alex Okot completed his formal education in this school of Social Sciences, St. Thomas University, Rome, Italy.
Prof. Joshua Akande is a Professor of Adult and Community Education in the Department of Adult and Lifelong Learning at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.