Politics and Ethno-Religious Violence in Kenya
In the summer of 2010, Consuelo Amat conducted a series of interviews with religious and political actors in Kenya as part of an ongoing research initiative at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs. The project seeks to achieve a deeper understanding of the peacebuilding...
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Peacebuilding Practitioners Interview Series
We know very little about the role of religion in conflict situations and peacebuilding efforts. Religion intersects with other economic, social, political and other factors in complex ways. And faith communities are often arrayed on different sides of the same issue. In order to learn more about...
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Dr. Michael Chelogoy
Dr. Michael Chelogoy is Deputy Director of Research, Drafting and Technical Support for the Committee of Experts on Constitutional Review in Kenya. Prior to assuming this role he was a Research Consultant in Social Justice Philanthropy for Ufadhili Trust; from 2000-03 he worked for the Resource Mobilization Centre as a Director of Programmes. Chelogoy was Senior Lecturer in History and Political Science at Daystar University from 1991-2003. He is the co-author Introduction to the Non-Profit Sector in Kenya (2004, with Elkanah Odembo and Hellaine Atieno Anyango). Chelogoy holds a Bachelor's degree in Religious studies, a Master's degree in Historical Philosophy, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Politics.
A Discussion with Dr. Michael Chelogoy, Deputy Director of Research, Drafting and Technical Support for the Committee of Experts on Constitutional Review in Nairobi, Kenya
July 7, 2010
Background: As part of the Religion, Conflict, and Peacebuilding Fellowship, Consuelo Amat interviewed Dr. Michael Chelogoy, Deputy Director of Research, Drafting and Technical Support for the Committee of Experts on Constitutional Review. In the interview, Chelogoy describes the painstaking...