Wogene Berhanu MenaWogene Berhanu Mena MA
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- About me:
- Mr. Wogene Berhanu Mena (MA) is a Pre-Doctoral Teaching and Research Associate in the Institute of Gender and Diversity in Organization at WU. He obtained his BA and MA in Political Science and International Relations from Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia and his second MA in Intercultural Conflict Management from Alice Salomon University in Berlin. Prior to joining WU, he worked as a lecturer and researcher in two public universities in Ethiopia (Ambo and Wolkite University) from 2017 to 2019 in the department of Political Science and International Relations. His research interest is diversity management in organizations with a focus on ethnic, race, gender, religion and class dimensions of diversity. Furthermore, refugee and migration studies, and conflict management are also his area of research interest.
- Teaching and Research Associate 2017-2019
- Lecturer and Researcher 2012-2015
- Public Relations Manager
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Awards and Honors
- Civil Society Leadership Award
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|Reviewer for scientific organization|
|2018-2019||Wolkite University - College of Social Science Research and Community Service Review Board member|
|Attendance scientific meeting (Conference etc.)|
|2019||Jigjiga University - Paper Presenter|
|2019||Caucasus University - Attending Summer School|
|2018||Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA) - Paper Presenter|
|2018||International Organization for Migration and Addis Ababa University - Presenter|
|2018||Mena, Wogene Berhanu. 2018. Refugee Integration between a Rock and a Hard Place: Challenges and Possibilities of Local Integration as a Durable Solution for Eritrean and Somali Refugees in Ethiopia. Academia. 4 (3), 1359-1385.||(Details)|
|2021||Mena, Wogene Berhanu. 2021. Civilizational hexagon as a pathway to conflict management.||(Details)|
|2017||Mena, Wogene Berhanu. 2017. ASSESSING THE LOCAL INTEGRATION OF URBAN REFUGEES: A COMPARTIVE STUDY OF ERITREAN AND SOMALI REFUGEES IN ADDIS ABABA. Masterarbeit, Addis Ababa University.||(Details)|
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