Abraham Korir
Currently reviewing Ph.D. applicants

    Mr. Sing’Oei is the executive Director of the Centre for Minority Rights Development (Cemiride), a non-profit organization that seeks the legal and political recognition of minorities and indigenous communities in Kenya and Greater Africa through strategic litigation, research, and frontline advocacy. Mr. Sing’Oei, an advocate of the High Court of Kenya, holds an LL.B degree and is an LL.M candidate at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. He has extensive experience in using international and regional human rights mechanisms to secure group rights for communities in Africa. During his fellowship year, he will focus on international human rights law, citizenship and migration issues, and will also study models on the promotion of diversity and inclusion of minorities in political processes.