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Daniel Olu-Jones

Sierra Leone  
Joined June 2017
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Environmental Justice, Gender-based violence, Health, Labor & Employment, Peace-building & Transitional Justice, Women's Rights
I attained my Secondary education at the Prince of Wales School Kingtom Freetown, Sierra Leone. Upon graduation from secondary school, I enrolled at the Milton Margai College of Education Science and Technology (MMCET) Goderich Freetown where i attained a Diploma in Peace and Conflict Studies. I worked as a volunteer teacher at the St Luke's Catholic Primary School Wilberforce Barracks in Freetown. I joined Brac International Sierra Leone as a Paralegal, and i worked with them in three chiefdoms in Port Loko District for a period of 4 years (2010-2014). Until my present appointment, I served as an Intern/volunteer of Namati (Makeni) office. The conflict resolution and peace building knowledge I attained at the MMCET has helped me to build very strong mediation skills, one of the many tools used by community based paralegals across the World. I am open to new ideas, and I expect to tap from the knowledge, skills and experiences of members of this network.

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