"The case of Muslim youth among the Somali Community of Eastleigh, Nairobi, Kenya," in Roczniki Teologiczne Journal 64 (10), 177-188.
"Empowerment as Disempowering: Creating an Enabling Environment for the Needy," October 2020 International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Vol 8(Issue 10): pp 1-14.
Professional Activities and Affiliations
Dr. Reginald Maudlin Nalugala is a postgraduate tutor at Tangaza University College, Karen, Nairobi. He teaches PhD and Masters in Social transformation. The key courses are Governance Principles, Politics and Democracy in Africa, Anti-radicalization Measures and Leadership in Africa.
His skills and expertise are expressed in critiquing the development discourse in Africa, coordinating research on Virus Outbreak Data Network Research (VODAN) Africa. The Covid-19 pandemic has brought together researchers from Leiden University Netherlands, Addis Ababa and Mekelle Universities, Tunis University, collaborators from Stanford, San Diego and Phillips Foundation Netherlands to study Covid-19's impact of livelihoods, using FAIR Data Principles.
His expertise was further recognized during the 2019 United Nations General Assembly (UNGA 2019, New York). As a delegate to the 25th UNGA Conference, Dr. Nalugala was requested to edit reports from the conference on SDG 16, (now on the UN Website http://unga-reception.org/2019). January-July 2019, was part of the IDLO Outcome Harvesting research team.