Name:Dr Charline MULINDAHABI

Phone: 078 845 7020 / 072 845 7020
Email: cmulindahabi@ur.ac.rw
Dr Charline Mulindahabi, Lecturer in Political and Administrative Science, School of Social Political, and Administrative Sciences (SSPAS), started teaching in the former NUR in 1999 in the department of public administration of the former faculty of SESG (Sciences Economiques, Sociales et de Gestion). Since 2003, after completing her Masters in Public Administration (MPA) in the University of Western Cape (South Africa), she has been teaching courses and modules related to public administration, public policy and decision-making, as well as governance and leadership. She obtained her PhD in Peace and Development Research in 2015 from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Her PhD thesis is entitled: Obedience Troubled? Exploring Meanings of Obedience in the Post-Genocide Rwanda. Charline Mulindahabi’s research interest includes public policy making, governance and leadership, peace, conflict management and development.
Publications :
- Kateregga, A., Ngarambe, T. and Mulindahabi, C. (2012). Enhancing the “Culture of Reading” as a Tool for Public Policy Implementation in Rwanda. A book chapter published in Analysis and Strategies for Improving Productivity of Integrated Farming systems of southern Rwanda. Stockholm: Nordic ePublisher. pp. 34-40. ISBN 978-91-978436-4-5.
Research :
- Transforming Arts/ Humanities and Social Sciences at UR from endangerment to sustainability: A Comparative Study of Challenges, Lessons and Perspectives.
- Advanced Public Administration and Performance Management
- Good Governance and Development
- Introduction to Governance and Leadership
- Leadership and Innovation in Public Institutions
- Political Recruitment Mentorship for Leadership
- Public Service
- Leadership in Public Administration and NGOs
- Leadership and Public Management
- Theory and Principles of Local Governance
- Governance and Leadership