Godwin Onuoha, PhD Expert Witness

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  • Phone: (609) 751-3510
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Specialties & Experience of this Expert Witness

General Specialties:

Immigration

Specialty Focus:

Nigeria, Country of Origin Information (COI) on Nigeria, Asylum, Deportation, Immigration/Migration issues, Human Security Issues, Human Rights Claims, State Violence, Discrimination/Persecution Based on Politics, Religion, Ethnicity, Related Cases of people fleeing Nigeria

Education:

Ph.D. , Martin Luther University, Germany; Masters of Art (MA, Central European University, Hungary; Masters of Science (M.Sc.), University of Lagos, Nigeria; Bachelor of Arts (BA), University of Lagos, Nigeria

Years in Practice:

5+

Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs:

1

Additional Information

Dr. Godwin Onuoha is a broadly trained social scientist with more than two decades of experience in critical social science and humanities research and practice. He has extensive research experience on broad pan-African questions of state and citizenship; culture, power and identity in the modern world; conflict resolution; memory and post-war conflict resolution; post-conflict peace, reconciliation and social justice; questions of genocide; self-determination, nationalism and identity politics; conflict, resources and development in Africa. He has demonstrated skills in independent in-depth research and analysis, excellent interpersonal and communication skills in a variety of working environments spanning five countries across three continents. Dr. Onuoha is a HIPAA Certified expert. Over the years he has provided expert witness accounts and written opinions on cases of persecution and discrimination based on political associations (including party politics, social and environmental activism), religion, ethnicity, identity and culture; as well as asylum cases, migration, human rights claims, human security issues, group and individual self-determination cases involving people fleeing from violence and conflict in Nigeria.