Murungi Joan

Name:Murungi Joan

Position: Researcher

Contact
Tel: +250 788867137
Email: jumurungi@ur.ac.rw

MURUNGI JOAN is a Researcher at the Center for Conflict Management, College of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Rwanda. She is currently a researcher in Gender and Women studies. She holds a Bachelor degree in Educational Planning and Administration and a Masters degree (Med) in Policy Analysis in Education. She is active in the field of Women and Post Conflict Reconstruction. Her researcher interests are in Women studies, Women and Post Conflict reconstruction in Great Lakes Region, Women and Transitional Justice mechanisms and Women and Peace building initiatives.
 
Areas of research interest:
Peace building, social change, conflict transformation, genocide memory, post conflict reconstruction
“Women” “Post Conflict Reconstruction”, “Peace building”, “Transitional Justice”, “Great Lakes Region”.
 
Publications:
- Joan Murungi. (2014). ‘Women Count” Gender and Women in the Great lakes Region; Women in the Post Conflict Reconstruction Rwanda (under review).
- Joan Murungi. (2014).Women and Peace building Initiatives; Roles and Challenges for Women in Rwanda. Published by Research Gate. Online: www.researchgate.net/.../269389867
- Joan Murungi. (2012). Assessment and Evaluation as a means to Quality Assurance in Higher Learning Institutions. Enhancing Learning through Technology; Rwanda International Conference on Science and Technology. MINEDUC, Rwanda
Online: https://www.scribd.com/.../Rwanda-International-Conference-on-Technology...
- Joan Murungi.(2012). Dropout Behaviour among Female Students in Rwanda. Lap Lambert Academic Publishing (2012) ISBN-13: 978-3-659-17908-2 ISBN-10: 365917908 EAN:9783659179082
- Joan Murungi (2000). Child Labour as an Obstacle to Child Education in Rwanda. Memoire
 
Research:
List of Research Projects you are involved in:
- Ceased Circumstances“ Cessation Clauses” to Decades Long Refugee Problem in Rwanda: Challenges and Opportunities
- “Transitional Justice and Women in Development in Rwanda”
 
Other activities:
Public Lectures for the annual Peace Day & “Peace Week” at Institutions of Higher Learning and Public schools on the following themes;
- “Importance of Peace Education in Schools”
- “Women and Peace building Initiatives in Rwanda”
Community Dialogue for Peace;
- Holding Dialogue for Peace sessions in Gisenyi