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RJI Podcast With Don John Omale – Nigeria (July 20, 2017 aired)

Today’s guest on RJI’s Podcast is Dr. Don John O. Omale. He is a British Chevening Scholar of Criminology, Restorative Justice and Victimology and a professor at Federal University Wukari, Taraba State Nigeria. He has lectured both in Nigeria and the UK and has taught very highly placed Senior Officials of the Nigerian Prisons Service. He is a Beneficiary of the Rotary Foundation International Group Study Exchange Programme to California and served as an Economic and Social Council Delegate to the Model United Nations Congress in New York. He holds a PhD in Restorative Justice & Victimology from the Centre for Community and Criminal Justice, De-Montfort University in England. Dr. Omale is internationally published and has presented academic papers on Restorative Justice and Victimology at international conferences around the world. He is also is an affliate member of RJI.
We are very pleased to have Don John with us today and hope you enjoy this conversation with him as we discuss restorative justice in Nigeria and justice reform in general. Thank you for supporting RJI’s Podcast Series by making a contribution to it.
This is Lisa Rea for RJI.