Taught Introduction to political Science; Urban Economics:
Science, Resources and Technology, State and Revolution in Africa;
The Political Economy of Africa.


2013 PhD in law. Dissertation "The case for the Prosecution of Apartheid Criminals in Canada".
June, 2001
Master of Laws (L.L.M). Thesis: 'Danger to Public Under the Criminal Code and Immigration Act of Canada NCE
Barrister and Solicitor of the Bar of Ontario

Doctor of Philosophy (Political Science) (cand.) 

Thesis: 'Has Canada' s Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Demobilized Political Democracy: 'Some Case Studies'.

Bachelor of Laws. Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto , Ontario.
August 1985

Certificate in International Law.

The Hague Academy of International Law, Hague, Netherlands.   

July, 1983 - 1985

Studied Public and Private International Law.

Certificate in International Human Rights law,
International Institute of Human Rights Strasbourg, France

 August, 1984 Certificate in Canadian Human Rights Law, Canadian Human Rights Foundation,
Charlottetown, Canada
August, 1983 Certificate in International Organization, The United Nations in The Modern World,
Geneva, Switzerland.  
August, 1983 Certificate in International Law, International Labour Organization,
Geneva, Switzerland.  
December, 1982 Graduate Certificate in International Trade Law, Antioch School of Law,
Washington D.C., U.S.A. 
September 1980 Master of Arts in International Affairs, Norman Patterson School of International Affairs,
Carlton University Ottawa. 
1957 - 1979 Thesis: 'The Rhodesian Conflict in Regional Relations: A study of Conflict in a Triad, 1957-1979'.
June, 1979 Bachelors of Arts (Honours), Political Science and Social Science,
York University Toronto, Ontario
1996 - Present Principal and Lecturer, Nelson Mandela Academy of Applied Legal Studies 
1996 Founded the Academy and teaches law courses to paralegal students
1986 - 1987 Director, African Studies Program, Division of Social Science, York University, Toronto ON.
1983 - 1984

Duties included program administration and coordination with the other programs and department as well as with University administration.

Part-time Faculty Member, York University, Toronto, Ontario

1982 to 1983 Taught Introduction to political Science; Urban Economics: Science, Resources and Technology, State and Revolution in Africa; The Political Economy of Africa.

Coordinator for Africa and the Middle East, Human Rights Internet,
Washington DC., USA (Now located at Harvard Law School)

1980 to 1982

1983 to 1989
Duties included Human Rights Networking and Abstracting Information on the Human Rights practices of African and Middle Eastern countries for the Organization' s Journal, The Human Rights Internet Reporter.

Teaching Assistant, York University, Toronto, ON

1979 to 1980

Taught Introduction to Comparative Politics; Introduction to Western Liberal Democracy;
Introduction to Political Science; Public Law.

Taught Introduction to International Relations

Teaching assistant, Carlton University, Ottawa, ON.

1989-1990 War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity and Violations of the Principles and
Purposes of the United Nations. For Marlys Edwardh
Summer, 1988 Developments in International Human Rights Law. For Professor Anne Bayefsky Faculty of Law,
University of Ottawa.
1984- 1986 Member of Presidential Committee on Race and Ethnic relations, York University (Chair Professor, Peter Cumming), Toronto, ON.
1986 Issued: 'Report on Race and Ethnic Relations at York University'.
August 1985 Africa in International Law. For Professor Emmanuel Bello,
The Hague Academy of International Law, Netherlands.
1983-1984 The politics of International Education with respect to Foreign Students
at York University. For Canadian Union of Education Workers Local 3, Toronto, ON
July - August,
Freedom of Association Department, International Labour Organization,
Geneva, Switzerland                                                                                                                            
July - August,
The United Nations in Modern World, United Nations, Geneva Switzerland
1991 to present Barrister and Solicitor: Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Immigration Law, International Law
and Family Law
July 1996 to Present Principal, Nelson Mandela Academy of Applied Legal Studies                                    
September, 1998
- Present
Legal Columnist, Pride Newspaper                                                               
1995 to 1998 Board Member, Board of Inquiry ( Ontario Human Rights Code )
August, 1991 - August 1994 Board Member, Liquor License Board of Ontario                                                   
Summer 1991 Lecturer , Seneca College , Toronto, ON
June, 1990 - 1991

Taught Immigration Law, Immigration and Para-legal Consulting Services                                                          

1989 - 1990 Law Articling, Ruby and Edwardh, Barristers and Solicitors                                                  


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