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Rev. Dr.  Likori Jude Omukaga

BA Phil, BA Theol. (Urbaniana University Rome) STL, STD (Moral Theology: K.U. Leuven, Belgium) PGDE, MA, PhD (Theological Ethics: K.U. Leuven, Belgium)

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  • Lecturer
  • School of Arts & Social Sciences
  • Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
jlikori@kabianga.ac.ke

Other Roles: 

Research Consultant

Contacts: 

ADDRESS: P.O. BOX 2030 - 20200 Kericho, Kenya MOBILE: +254728374630

Research Interests: 

  1. Ethics & Social Justice
  2. Biotechnological/Environmental Ethics
  3. Medical/Bioethics
  4. Business ethics
  5. Religion and Culture

Research & Publications: 

Books

  • Right to Food Ethics: Theological Approaches of Asbjørn Eide , Globethics.net, Geneva, (2015). ISBN 978­2­88931­047­0­ Globethics.net Theses No. 8

In Editted Books

  1. “Science and technology serving the human right to food: Corporate Responsibility of Universities in Kenya,” In Envisioning A Future Without Food Waste and Food Poverty, Social Challenges, 2015, Ed. Leire Escajedo San­Epifanio, 265­272. Bilbao, Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2015. (3 Nov. 2015) 
  2. “Hunger in Kenya: Interreligious Ethics of Solidarity." In African Contextual Ethics: Hunger, Leadership, Faith and Media, ed. Elizabeth Nduku and Christoph Stuckelberger, 11­73. Geneva: Globethics.net, 2013. ISBN 978­2­940428­64­9 (Online version)
  3. "An Ethical Reflection on the Thoughts of Asbjorn Eide on the Right to Food." In Ethical Futures: Bioscience and Food Horizons, ed. Kate Miller, Pru Hobson West and Brigitte Nerlich, 64­69. Nottingham: Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2009. ISBN: 978­90­8686­673­1 (E­book).

In Journals

  1.  “The Christian ‘Person,’ The Moral Centre and voice of Environmental Integrity,” In African Christian Studies, Vol.29, No.4, CUEA Press, Nairobi, 2013: ISSN1013-171X
  2. "The Church and the Civil Society on Human Rights: A Comparative View." African Ecclesial Review (AFER) 52 & 53, no. No. 4 & 1 (2011): 68-99. ISSN 0250-4650
  3. “The Catholic Church and Human Rights." African Ecclesial Review (AFER) 52 & 53, no. No. 4 & No. 1 (2011): 128-149. ISSN 0250-4650

 Accepted For Publication

  1.  Human Right to Food in the Kenyan Constitution: An Opportunity or a Burden? In EurSafe Conference Proceedings, Porto, Portugal, 29th. Sept. to 30th. Oct.2016.
  2. The evaluation report on Theology Training In Kenya, commissioned by Institute of Missiology aachen, germany, march 2013 – may 2014, presented in an International Colloquium: Knowledge Or Wisdom Of Humanity? Academic Theology And Cultural Values: Re-Exploring The Task, Content And Method Of Theology In The Face Of Vital Problems Of Humanity In Africa, The Catholic University Of Eastern Africa (C.U.E.A) Nairobi, 11th.-13th May, 2016. 
  3. “The Moral Person: Agent Of Integrity Of Nature” – In Paul Chummar, Ed. The Person, Verlag Herder Publisher, Freiburg, 2016.
  4. Ethics of Responsible Leadership: Revisiting Christian Care Ethics, ESEAT Publications, Annual ESEAT Symposium Proceedings, 7th.-10th. April, 2016.
  5. The Synod on The Family and the ‘Passenger Churches,’ An Opportunity or A Burden? A Review of the Response of The African Church, in African Ecclesial Review (AFER), 2014.
  6. "Human Dignity in the Biblical 'Creation in the Image and Likeness of God' amidst the Challenges of Bio-fuels to the World's Initiative to Reduce Hunger." In LEST International Junior Scholars’ Conference VII, Conference proceedings, (2009).

 Participation And Public Presentations At International Conferences

  1. Rapporteur and presenter in an International Colloquium: Knowledge Or Wisdom Of Humanity? Academic Theology And Cultural Values: Re-Exploring The Task, Content And Method Of Theology In The Face Of Vital Problems Of Humanity In Africa, The Institute of Missiology & The Catholic University Of Eastern Africa (C.U.E.A), Nairobi, 11th.-13th May, 2016.
  2. Science and Technology serving the Human Right to food: Corporate responsibility of Universities in Kenya. In Envisioning a future without Food Waste and Food Poverty: Societal Challenges. Bilbao Tuesday 17th. To Wednesday 18th. November, 2015. Bilbao: PubM pp.10 http://www.ehu.eus/en/web/envisioningconference/home
  3. Hunger in Kenya: Interreligious Ethics of Solidarity. In Global Ethics Forum 2013 – Public Forum –‘Equal in Unequal World.’ Geneva, Thursday 27th. – Friday 28th. June, 2013. Geneva: PubM pp.8-10. http://www.globethics.net/web/gef/conference-2013
  4. The Right to Food in the Catholic Social Teaching: Pacem in Terris and Beyond. In The Currents of History: from Trent to the Future. Trent, Saturday 24th. To Tuesday 27th. July 2010. Trent: PubM pp.6-7. http://www.catholicethics.com/conferences/trent 
  5. An Ethical Reflection on the Thoughts of Asbjorn Eide on the Right to Food. In 8th EurSafe Congress – ‘Ethical Futures: Bioscience and Food Horizons.’ Nottingham, Thursday 2nd, to Saturday 4th. July 2009. Nottingham: PbM pp.12
  6. Human Dignity in the Biblical ‘Creation in the Image and Likeness of God, Amidst the Challenges of Biofuels to the World’s Initiative to Reduce Hunger. In LEST International Junior Scholars’ Conference – ‘To Discern Creation in A Scattering World.’ Leuven, Wednesday 28th.-Saturday 31st. October, 2009. Leuven: PbM pp.9-11.
  7. Towards an Organic Community of Nature: A Theological Reflection on the Human Person as the Agent of Harmony in Creation. In The Person. Nairobi, Tuesday 2nd. To Thursday 4th. February, 2010. Nairobi: PubM pp. 3-5. 
  8. Interreligious Ethics of Solidarity and Its Impact on Governance and Social Policy with Respect to the Problem of Hunger in Kenya. In Business ethics, interreligious ethics and ethics and governance. Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), Wednesday 6th.-Friday 8th. 2012. Nairobi: PubM pp. 6-7.
  9. The global climate challenges and the Kenyan Situation: Discerning the signs of the time. In The Forum for Liberation Theologies on the Global Climate Challenges, Leuven: Wednesday 25th. – Friday 28th. November 2009. Leuven PubM pp.3-5. -Made a presentation: "." 
  10. Voices for Liberation. In Institute of Missiology Annual Scholarship holders' conference: Aachen: Friday13th. - Sunday 15th, November 2009. Aachen: PubM pp.

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