Norman Mukasa lectures International Politics and Culture of Doing Business in Africa at CBS International Business School, and he affiliates through research and guest lectures with Muteesa I Royal University (MRU) and Bugema University (BU) in Uganda. He is a board member of the Children Born of War Project and heads the secretariat of the East Africa Scientific Research Network (EASRN).
Dr. Mukasa is a dedicated educator and researcher with a PhD in International and Intercultural Studies from Deusto University, Spain. His research interests include topics linked to global health, wellbeing, peace and conflict transformation—particularly children born of war, gender issues and social inequality.
He has published on "Violent Conflict and Forced Displacement," (2015), "War-child mothers in northern Uganda, " (2017), as well as other individual and collaborative publications on public health and social development in Uganda.
He has lectured and presented work on various topics, including international politics, global health, child soldiers and children born of war, peace and conflict management, and gender and development.
His current research aim is to focus extensively on the area of children affected by conflict and displacement, with an interest in mapping the social and health effects of conflict on children. He is identifying, collecting data, and writing on the consequence of victimization of children born of war on their sense of belonging.
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