Eamon Aloyo

Eamon Aloyo is a political scientist interested in issues related to global political theory such as the responsibility to protect (R2P), just war theory, human rights, and global justice. He works as a senior researcher at The Hague Institute for Global Justice. In 2011, he received a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Colorado at Boulder and was honored with The Thomas Jefferson Award. Articles of his have been or will be published in several academic journals, including Ethics & International Affairs, and International Theory. He is additionally a senior analyst in the global justice section at the Global Governance Institute, and a senior fellow at the Canadian Center for the Responsibility to Protect. He has taught or assisted teaching courses on human rights, political theory, international relations, comparative politics, and environmental politics. Eamon is contributing to IPI by managing the International Collegiate Scholars Program (ICSP) program. He helps to identify the scholars for University education as well as to secure funding for the tuition of these Kenyan students. Eamon lived in Meru, Kenya in 2005 and has been a board member of IPI for several years.