Participatory Action Research for Positive Change

Phyllis Livaha

Phyllis Livaha is a senior lecturer at Erasmus University College, Rotterdam (Netherlands), where she teaches international relations and international law courses. Her research interests include women’s rights, international relations and human rights law. She is a participant in the Erasmus+ project (Peace Dialogue Campus Network: Fostering Positive Attitudes between Migrants and Youth in Hosting Societies) and was a participant of the Women’s Legal Landmarks project in the United Kingdom and Ireland. She did field research (using Participatory Action Research methodology) on Female Rights and Women Empowerment in Kisii, Kenya in 2016 and 2017 respectively and a follow-up in 2019.

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