Human Rights in Aid of Development in Jinxed Africa
THE CLOUGH CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY
Raymond Atuguba is Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School and Associate Professor of Law at the University of Ghana School of Law, where he has taught since 2002. After his first law degree from the University of Ghana (1997) and his call to the Ghana Bar (1999), he received both his Master of Laws (LL.M) and Doctor of Juridical Sciences (SJD) Degrees from Harvard Law School in 2000 and 2004. He has also been a Visiting Scholar and Visiting Professor at University of Nottingham in the UK, Ku Leuven University in Belgium, Université Sciences Po in France, and Monash University, Australia.
Prof. Atuguba has researched and published extensively, mostly in relation to the intersection of law, human rights, policy, governance, the politics and economics of development, institutions and institutional change. He has written over 100 monographs, articles, book chapters, research reports and technical papers on issues of Public Policy, Constitutionalism, Human Rights, Law and Development, and Institutional Renewal in Africa. He has also presented over 200 papers on these subjects at national and international conferences in all continents of the world, including expert papers to the leadership of Parliament and to Parliamentary Committees in Africa, and facilitated dozens of training workshops.