as well as
- batches of all ZEF doctoral students who have participated in the program (back to 1998).
In the picture: ZEF doctoral students and senior researcher at the "UN Day" in Bonn, October 2014.
"As a researcher, I wanted to understand why most peacebuilding initiatives have failed in Northern Kenya"
"My research dealt with violence among pastoralist groups in Northern Kenya. The study sought to add to the anthropological conceptualization of violence, by looking into ways how local Turkana and Samburu communities use violence to gain power at both the individual and collective levels".
Read the full interview with Willis Okumu from Kenya, who finished his doctoral studies at ZEF in January 2017.
Tracking waste: what really happens to our electronic devices.
"I have observed the issue of electronic waste for quite some time and noticed that e-waste and related activities pose a huge challenge to the government, environmental managers and e-waste workers in Ghana. It also causes environmental and public health concerns for people and their livelihoods" tells Vincent Kyere, a doctoral research from Ghana. He works in ZEF's Department of Ecology and Natural Resources Management. Read more about Vincent Kyere's research here.
"Farmers innovate out of curiosity, coincidence or necessity"
"Farmers innovate out of curiosity, coincidence or necessity" tells Justice Tambo a former doctoral student at ZEF, in an interview he gave to the ZEF news.
After his graduation in May 2015, Mr. Tambo took over a post-doc researcher position in the institute.