Pewee Flomoku


Pewee Flomoku

Pewee S. Flomoku has worked as senior project coordinator for the Carter Center’s Access to Justice project in Liberia since 2005. Previously, he worked for the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) as part of its Demobilisation, Disarmament, Rehabilitation and Reintegration (DDRR) program, and with a variety of Liberian civil society organisations. He worked for the Associated Press and was awarded Liberian Photojournalist of the Year 2005 from the Press Union of Liberia. He is currently a student of conflict Transformation at the Kofi Annan institute of Peace and Conflict studies at the University of Liberia, a Draper Hills Summer Fellow on Democracy and Development and the Rule of Law at the Stanford University, and a member of the Center for Global Nonkilling.

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Accord Issue 23: West Africa: Liberia and Sierra Leone

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