Department of Africana Studies: Dr. Roland Adjovi's "Engaging Libya: International Legitimacy and National Interests"
Dr. Roland Adjovi is academic director of the Nyerere Center for Peace Research and the Center for East African Studies at Arcadia University, the College of Global Studies, Arusha, Tanzania. Dr. Adjovi brings a strong background in working with international organizations around issues of international law and human rights. His extensive experience includes serving as senior legal officer with the Registry of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and as legal assistant for the Organization of African Unity.
His educational background includes degrees from the University of Paris in law and public administration as well as in political science and human rights. He teaches a series of courses at Arcadia University, including “African Perspectives on International Law” and “International Organizations, Peace and Security in Africa.” In addition, he has extensive experience teaching at various U.S. and French institutions and has served as an editorial assistant for the African Yearbook of International Law through the African Foundation for International Law (AFIL).
For further information, please contact the Department of Africana Studies at 562.985.4624 or visit PSY 306.
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