Oluwaseun Bamidele

Lecturer II, Department of International RelationsEkiti State University

Bio

Seun Bamidele is a PhD research fellow at the Institute of Peace, Security, and Governance, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria. He is presently a lecturer in international relations at Chrisland University, Abeokuta, Nigeria and mostly works with topics related to peace and conflict in Africa, including issues such as land rights and conflicts of citizenship, migration and the new landscape that is emerging with regard to insurgency and geopolitics. Bamidele holds the United Nations training certificate in peace and security from the Peace Operations Training Institute, United States of America and is also a recipient of many international grants, awards, and fellowships including the prestigious Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa fellowship of the Social Science Research Council (2017, 2018, 2019); Trust Africa (2015); Equator Peace Academy, Uganda Martyrs University, Uganda, (2012) and Women in International Security (WIIS), Washington, USA. He has published articles in India Quarterly: A Journal of International Affairs (SAGE) International Journal on Minority and Group Rights (Brill); African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review (Indiana University Press), and Jadavpur Journal of International Relations (SAGE) and African Journal of Legal Studies (Brill).

Award Information

Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa: Doctoral Dissertation Completion Fellowship 2019

Department of International RelationsEkiti State University

SECURING THE LOCAL: CIVILIAN JOINT TASK FORCE (CJTF) – A COMMUNITY SECURITY OPTION AND THE FUTURE OF COUNTER-INSURGENCY IN THE NORTH-EASTERN REGION OF NIGERIA