- "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.
- Capacity Development for Peacebuilding in Africa in a Post-Covid-19 Pandemic Future
- Cultivating a Transformative Faith that Drives the Common Good of Everyone
- Rerum Novarum Revisited in Relation to People Rule and Mob Rule Democracy
- The People Calling for Social Justice in Meeting Basic Needs in Globalizing World