Kristi Heather Kenyon
Kristi Heather Kenyon is an associate professor in the Human Rights program at the University of Winnipeg’s Global College. Her academic work is informed by a previous career in the human rights and development sectors in Southern Africa and South East Asia.
UKristi Heather Kenyon unguSolwazi eGlobal College ezinze eNyuvesi yaseWinnipeg, ungumcwaningi (phecelezi i-research fellow) eCentre for the Study of Security and Development futhi uyiCIFAR-AZIRELI Scholar.
Kristi Heather Kenyon ke porofesori yo o fa gare wa dithuto tsa Ditshwanelo tsa Setho kwa Yunibesiting ya Winnipeg mo sekolong sa Global College. Tiro ya gagwe e rotloeditswe ke gore a bo a kile a bereka mo dikarolong tsa ditshwanelo tsa setho le tlhabololo ya bone mo kgaolong ya Borwa jwa Aforika le Borwa Botlhaba jwa Asia.Espanol |
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