Development Ambassadors: Joash Ntenga Moitui | Diplomacy Opportunities

Our Development Ambassador for this week is Joash Ntenga Moitui. Joash is a development consultant in good governance, human rights, conflict management, and policy analysis. He is currently a research fellow at the Centre for Human Rights and Policy Studies (CHRIPS) and the Pan African University, Governance and Regional Integration Institute based in Yaoundé, Cameroon. He has published widely on human development, security sector reform, gender and human rights and governance issues.

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He is contributor to the book, ‘Corporate Espionage Geopolitics and Diplomacy Issues in International Business, IGI Global (USA) and co-author of ‘Social media and public policy in the developing world. A Model for Africa Integrative Perspective’. He is also a pro-internet activist with wide experience in advocacy for the open internet, internet neutrality and freedom of expression as an associate with Research ICT Africa, Cape town, South Africa. He is also an African School of Internet Governance (AFrisig Fellow) with Association of Progressive Communications (APC) in South Africa, and the Atlas Fellowship, Washington, USA. Among his articles on public policy, human rights, peace and conflict are available on the Organization for World Peace blog, Pambazuka, a Pan-African Voices Blog and Europa World Book Series (USA).

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Some of his writings include:

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