As the Conflict Prevention & Reconciliation Officer, Albert supports the implementation of SAFE’s Peace & Reconciliation activities including but not limited to capacity building & training, offering technical assistance and monitoring of grantees and developing monthly conflict assessment reports.
Albert previously worked at the Center for Conflict Resolution (CECORE) in Uganda where he supported the creative design of programmes & facilitation of groups for conflict prevention, management, and transformation.
Previously, Albert worked at the Center for the Study and Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) in Johannesburg, South Africa where he worked on issues of Ex-combatants, Violence and Torture.
He has also worked for the Africa Program of Amnesty International at the International Secretariat headquarters in London (UK) focusing on human rights violations in Southern Africa.
In February 2015, he was a Lead Discussant on “Land Tenure, Conflict, and Marginalization: New Analysis and Responses in Uganda” at the Great Lakes Policy Forum which was held at the Woodrow Wilson International Center For Scholars in Washington DC.
He holds a Masters Degree in Peace & Conflict Resolution from Lancaster University (UK) and a BA (Hons) in Political Science, History and Philosophy from Makerere University (Uganda).