Mubangizi - Teacher And Researcher - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Odomaro Mubangizi

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia


Teacher And Researcher


Teaching philosophy both speculative and applied. Interest in topics of globalization, civil society, governance and international relations. Writing analytical and critical articles and research papers for international conferences.

Work History


Senate of Ethiopian Catholic University (ECUSITA)


Editor of the Bulletin Justice, Peace and Environment

2011 to date- Teaching at Institute of Philosophy and Theology Courses: Philosophy of Man, History of Contemporary Philosophy.
-Editor of the Bulletin Justice, Peace and Environment.

Paper Presenter

OSSREA International Conference

on Three Decades of Public Sector Reform in Africa, in Harare, June 28-30, 2011

Africa." Paper

September 2010 - June 2011

• "Reconciling the displaced with the disaffected: The dilemma of the Great Lakes region of Africa." Paper presented at an international conference on displacement and reconciliation 9-10 June, 2011, St Paul University, Ottawa.

Associate of University of Zimbabwe

Arrupe College Jesuit School of Philosophy and Humanities

the following courses: Introduction to Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Legal Philosophy, Ethics of Globalization and International Development, African Philosophy, John Rawls The Law of Peoples (to date).
-Secretary for Board of Managers Arrupe College.

Founder and Director Center

African Studies Arrupe College


Teaching Fellow

Weston Jesuit School of Theology

Courses: -Christian Political Thought.

Visiting Lecturer

Hekima College Jesuit School of Theology

Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Elective course: -Ethics of International Development and Peace.

Toward a new paradigm, sustainable human development

Global Poverty, Health and Security

From March 2007

: Moral Dilemmas in an Era of Globalization" Paper presented at New England Ethics Colloquium, Yale University, USA, March 30, 2007
• "What Scenarios and perspectives toward a new paradigm in Africa? Lessons Learnt and future perspectives." Paper presented at the international Seminar of the International Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs - ICMiCA - Pax Romana at Samata Dharma University Yoghakarta, Indonesia, 20-22 July 2009. Theme: Toward a new paradigm, sustainable human development: what perspectives?
• "Towards a Global Political Ethic: A Global South Perspective and a Methodological Proposal." Paper presented at the world conference of catholic Ethicists in Trent, Italy, 23rd to 27th July, 2010.

International Visiting Fellow

Woodstock Theological Center, Georgetown University


St Augustine Institute

Kampala, Uganda
Course: Challenges of Globalization for the Church in Africa

Paper presenter

13th International Conference

Youth vision 2050 Consultative Meeting by MWENGO in Maputo, Mozambique, as an interlocutor, 1st -3rd September 2003.

Part-time Volunteer Consultant

Trainer, Koinonia Advisory Research And Development Services
(KARDS), an Advisory, Research And Development Services Consultancy Group) Nairobi

official secretary & rapporteur

Conference of Global Economy and Cultures Project

From June 2002

Managing Editor, Hekima Review, Journal of Hekima College Jesuit School of Theology

Catholic University

of Eastern Africa

Member of Editorial Board

Hekima Review, Journal of Hekima Jesuit School of Theology,
Catholic University of Eastern Africa

Part-time Volunteer Consultant

Africa Peace Point

Trainer, The Programme Peace Building And Reconciliation (Focusing on Catholic Social Teaching, Advocacy, Peace building and governance) Africa Peace Point (APP), Nairobi


GEC Project Hekima College Group

In Charge Of Networking


Chiedza, Journal of Arrupe College, University of Zimbabwe, Harare

Part- Time and Volunteer Consultant

Part- Time

Hope Chigudu & Associates (A Social Development Consultancy NGO-- Harare) focusing on Civil Society, Governance and globalization.

Unity, Security And Development In Africa


From March 1999

23rd March 1999

• "NGOs and Constitutional Reform: Lessons from Kenya, Uganda and South Africa, Paper Presented for MWENGO, 21st August, 1999, Harare

Assistant Editor, Chiedza

Journal of Arrupe College

Working On A Project "Global Economy And Cultures" (GEC)
Woodstock Center, Georgetown University

Secretary of Academic and Faculty Boards

Arrupe College, Associate College of University of Zimbabwe, Harare

Lecturer in Economic, Political And Legal Philosophy

Arrupe College, Associate College of University Of Zimbabwe, Harare
-Taught a course on Democracy in Africa
-Taught a course on Philosophy of Liberation

Presenter of a paper on Human rights

New National Constitution of Uganda

What is Democracy" paper presented at a Conference of The National Movement of Catholic Students, 1st - 5th April 1999, Mutare, Zimbabwe

• "D.R.C Peace Initiatives: Challenges and Opportunities", 20th April 1999, A.A.P.S Forum, New Ambassador Hotel, Harare

Qualifications & Certifications

St Paul's Seminary

Boston College



Philosophy and Religious Studies




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