Chijioke Ogbogu

Research Assistant


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  Abuja, Nigeria
University of Bradford, MA (Peace Studies)
Federal University of Technology Owerri, BEng (Metallurgical Engineering)
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Chijioke is a Research Assistant on the Reacting to Early Warning and Response Data (REWARD) project in West Africa. She is a graduate of Peace Studies from the University of Bradford with a major in Conflict Analysis. Her honor’s dissertation focused on “The pursuit of peace: Is the rise of Boko Haram a cause or symptom of the fragility of the Nigerian state?” using the Fragile State Index to ascertain if fragile or weak states are breeding grounds for terrorism. She conducted field research to Ethiopia on ethnic federalism as peace building tool with a variety of stakeholders. Previously, Chijioke worked as a Media Volunteer with Christian Aid Warrington in the U.K. on the humanitarian project ‘End Malaria Now’ in Nigeria. She also has interests in, and has written and published articles on, gender parity and violence against women. She previously partnered with the National Agency for the Prohibition of Traffic in Persons (NAPTIP) to rescue and place a young abused lady in a safe home.