Currently an Associate Professor of Political Science at Lund University. She holds a PhD in Political Science from Lund University and has extensive teaching experience. Her research interests include Conflict Prevention, Management and Resolution, Just and Durable Peace, Norms in International Relations, International Organizations, and Cosmopolitan Approaches to Conflict Resolution, State, peace and democracy-building. She has published and consulted widely in these areas.
Mukhisa Kituyi, Ph.D.
Mukhisa Kituyi is currently the Secretary General of UNCTAD. Previous to this he served as Minister for Trade and Industry in Kenya and as a member of the Kenyan Parliament. Dr. Kituyi holds a PhD in Social Anthropology, a Master of Philosophy in Development Studies and a Diploma in Science, Comparative Production Systems, all from the University of Bergen, Norway. He also holds a BA in Political Science and International Relations from Makerere University. Dr. Kituyi has also worked as Director at the African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS), Nairobi and as Programme Officer at the Norwegian Agency for International Development
Woolcock Stephen, Ph.D.
Stephen Woolcock received his B.A. in Mechanical Engineering from Brighton Polytechnics, an M.A. in European Governmental Studies from the University of Edinburgh and obtained a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics. He was Paul Henri Spaak Fellow at Harvard University in 1983-84.He is Associate Research Fellow at the Comparative Regional Integration Studies Programme of the United Nations University (UNU-CRIS) in Bruges. He is also Programme Director for the Masters in International Political Economy at the London School of Economics, where he teaches international political economy, the political economy of international trade and economic diplomacy. He also heads the LSE’s International Trade Policy Unit, which coordinates research on trade topics, runs training programmes for practitioners and organises seminars that bridge the gap between academic research on trade and policy. His previous posts included Senior Research Fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) (1988-94) and Deputy Director for international affairs and the Confederation of British Industry (1985-1988). He has worked as consultant and advisor to a number of international organisations including the EU and national governments. His research interests include: international trade policy; regional integration; economic diplomacy (including in particular European economic diplomacy).
Yeboah, Dickson, Ph.D,
Dickson holds a PhD degree in Economics, received from the University of Western Australia in 1985. Dr. Dickson Yeboah has served in the Institute for Training and Technical Cooperation of the WTO, and its predecessor the GATT, since 1991. Dickson is responsible for inter alia conducting intensive courses on trade negotiations skills in WTO member countries. He also teaches the GATT/WTO Agreements in Geneva and in the field. He is currently a Counsellor and Head of Africa Unit, Institute for Training and Technical Cooperation, the World Trade Organization. Prior to joining the GATT/WTO, Dr. Yeboah worked for UNCTAD, United Nations, and the Australian Government in the areas of trade, international economics and econometrics. He teaches International Trade Negotiations in both the Anglophone and Francophone stream of trapca courses.