Mr. Tom Ogwang

Lecturer, Department Governance and Planning

MA in International Relations &Diplomatic Studies, Makerere University, 2002-2006                                           
Bachelor’s Degree in Development Studies, Makerere University, 1998-2001

Post Graduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning in Institutions of Higher Learning, Uganda Martyrs University,2007-2010

Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methods and Writing Skills, Centre for Basic Research (CBR), 2007

Certificate in Human Security, United Nations Institute for Training and Research,2011

Certificate in Introduction to Peace Operations, United Nations Institute for Training and Research,2011

Certificate in Introduction to the United Nations Systems, United Nations Institute for Training and Research,2010

Certificate in Intensive Negotiations Skills Training Workshop, Vaxjo University/Mbarara University of Science and Technology,2009

Certificate in Conflict Analysis, Vaxjo University/Mbarara University of Science and Technology,2010

Certificate in Governance and Development, Makerere University, 2007

Certificate in Gender and Humanitarian Aid, Makerere University, 2006

Certificate in French, Makerere University, 2003

ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL AWARDS

  1. Visiting Research Scholar, sponsored by UPEACE Africa Program, Conrad Grebel College, University of Waterloo, Canada from January 2012 to April 2012
  2. Visiting Research Scholar, Africa Initiative Exchange Program, Conrad Grebel College, University of Waterloo, Canada from January 2011 to April 2011
  3. Visiting Scholar Linnaeus - Palme Exchange Program, Vaxjo University October 2009, Sweden

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Weighing Conflict Resolution Approaches: The Military Approach Versus Settlement By Negotiation In Resolving The Conflict In Northern Uganda 1986-2002, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN 978-3-8433-7281-7

The Root Causes of the Conflict in Ivory Coast, available online here

RESEARCH INTERESTS

International and Regional Security, Governance, Conflict, and Peace studies.

Peace, Security and Development in the Great Lakes Region.

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