Itete Mugagga Emmanuel

Name : Itete Mugagga Emmanuel
Position : Tutorial Assistant

Contact

Mobile Phone: + (250) 785 526 605
Email: itete.emma@gmail.com

Itete Mugagga Emmanuel joins the Faculty of Law with young keenness to serve the academia.He has a 3 years background in Economics, History and Geography and has successfully undertaken several leadership responsibilities during his stay at University of Rwanda, both in the student community and beyond, including his participation in providing legal aid and advisory services at the former Legal Aid Clinic during his LL.B programme and after. Mugagga holds a bachelor of Laws (LL.B) with Distinction from the University of Rwanda, and was among the top performers of his class during his LLB. He has since attended several short courses, conferences, workshops and symposia, including; “Genocide and Mass Atrocities: Actors, Causes an Responses to Violence”, “Contemporary Security Challenges- The African perspective”, “Training on Insolvency proceedings”, to mention but a few. He has been a Tutorial Assistant at the School of Law since April 2015. His research interests include: International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law, Human Rights and Constitutional Law. He is a teaching Assistant of International Humanitarian law and International Criminal Law. Mugagga is a native speaker of Kinyarwanda and has excellent command of English, Luganda and has working knowledge of French and Kiswahili.

 

Areas of research interest:

International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law, Human Rights and Constitutional Law.
 

Publications:

- “Ensuring Respect of International Humanitarian law: an assessment of the implementation process in Rwanda”, LL.B Thesis, 2014 (Unpublished);
- “Ensuring Respect of International Humanitarian: a brief assessment of the implementation process in Rwanda, (Article in pipeline)
Research:
Research Projects involved in:
- The Rwandan post-genocide strategic legacy: Successes, failures, and transferrable aspects of justice and education. (Coauthoring with Allan T. Moore, UWS).

 

Teaching:
- International Criminal Law
- International Humanitarian Law
 
Other activities:
- Supervisor at Legal Aid services to indigenous people at the University of Rwanda’s Center for Legal Aid Clinic and Mediation