Warren Johannes

Warren Johannes holds a Bachelor of Laws from Fort Hare University, South Africa. He recently completed a Masters Degree in Conflict Security and Development studies from King’s College London, and MA in Human Rights Law from Fort Hare University. Warren is a fellow at the African Leadership Centre and the Conflict, Security and Development Research Group. He is an activist for gender and human rights issues. Warren has facilitated several projects, including an advocacy project for commercial sex workers. He founded the Eastern Cape HIV/AIDS support network where he is presently an active member. He has also been a project coordinator/manager for several UNAIDS, USAID and EU funded projects over the past ten years. Warren completed a six-month lectureship at Makerere University, where he taught international law, humanitarian law and diplomacy. His research interests are peace and security, human rights and gender studies. Warren was one of 100 Fellows competitively selected to participate in an 8-week internship in the United States following the Mandela Washington Fellowship academic institute.  He interned at Council On Global Equality in August-September 2014. Warren is currently a member of the editorial team at Health South Africa, Gesondheid located at the University of Johannesburg.

Research interests:

  • The use of Force 
  • Human Rights and Humanitarian Law 
  • Peace building in Post conflict Countries

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