Bio

Dr. J. B. Ndohvu

Dr. Ndohvu holds BA, MA and PhD degrees from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. He serves as a lecturer (philosophy, human rights) at the University where he has worked for over 19 years now. Prior to being appointed lecturer, he served as a human resource/personnel officer in civil service. His research interests include political philosophy, philosophy and public-policy making, epistemology, ethics, and human rights.

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Publications


2016

Situma, J, Attoh F, Ndohvu J.  2016.  Mapping Out the Identity of African Arts and Aesthetics. Thought and Practice. 7(1):77-102.

2013

Ndohvu, JB, Mutsotso B, Wanjala A, et al.  2013.  A Baseline Survey on the Status of Human Rights and Human Rights Education in Kenya, October, 2013. :45., Nairobi: UNDP and the Royal Norwegian Embassybaseline_survey_on_the_status_of_human_rights_and_human_rights_studies_in_kenya_2.pdf
Mwangi, IPI, Ndohvu JB, Muhoro N, Osaaji G.  2013.  Poverty As a Human Rights Violation? A Report of the Symposium Held at the Lake Naivasha Country Club On September 28th-30th 2011, Septembber 2013 , Nairobi: Focus publishers: CHRPreport_of_the_symposiumchrp.pdf

2012

Ndohvu, JB, Muyila JW.  2012.   Student Reference Module CTO 314: Professional Ethics.

2011

Mwangi, IPI, Muthee MW, Ndohvu JB.  2011.  Human Rights, African Values and Traditions: An Interdisciplinary Approach. , Nairobi: 2011

2007

Ndohvu, JB.  2007.  An Exposition of the Foundations of the Philosophy of Human Natiure. (Prof Joseph Nyasani, Ed.)., Nairobi: University of Nairobi

2006

Ndohvu, JB, Miencha K.  2006.   Student reference Module CPP 101: An Introduction to Philosophy. , Nairobi: University of Nairobi

1996

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