Proceedings of The 2nd International Symposium on Peace



  • Introductory Remarks [Prof. Richard K. Mibey, Vice Chancellor, Moi University; Prof. Bethwell A. Ogot Ph.D., Chancellor, Moi University]
  • Official Opening Speech [Hon. William Ruto, Minister for Higher Education, Science and Technology]
  • The Youth and their Role in the Country’s Healing and Reconciliation Process (Mr. Hassan Omar Hassan)
  • Youth Leadership and Initiatives for Justice and Peace in Kenya (Prof. Kimani Njogu)
  • Youth and Ethnicity Implications for Nation Building (Prof. John Lonyangapuo)
  • Youth and Ethnicity: Redefining Our Identity (Carol Thuo)
  • Gender and Peace Education in Kenya: Women, Conflict and Peace Education (Mary Kakuvi Mutuku)
  • Youth Leadership and Initiative in the Justice and Peace Process (Ken Kibet)
  • Youth and their Role in the Healing and Reconciliation Process: A Case Study of Kimumu Area of Uasin Gishu District – Eldoret (Josephine A. Boy & Priscah J. Rotich)
  • Youth Involvement in Extra Curricular Activities for the Positive Benefits of the Society:  A Case of Main and Chepkoilel Campuses of Moi University (Kamau Wanjiru S.)
  • The Perspective of Youth in Peace Building, Healing and Reconciliation Process in Kenya (Prisca Simotwo, Mosoi Kendagor & Kutoi Kiprono)
  • Youth as Actors in the Healing and Reconciliation Process in Kenya (Henry Ndalila & Naomy Kwamboka)
  • The Impact of the Youth Cohort Deprivation on Nurturing Spontaneous Conflict (Wilson K. Kiptala, Richard, B.O. Okero & John Kipruto)
  • Role of Sports in Promoting National Healing and Reconciliation in Kenya (Muliro Brian Lutuli & Alfred Wamala)
  • Post Election Violence in Kenya: Mending the Scars through Leisure Activities among the Youth (David Nderitu)
  • The Role of Information Professionals’ in Empowering the Youth for Peace, Healing and Reconciliation in Kenya (Nancy Kimile & Juliet Erima)
  • Role of Student Leadership in Peaceful Co-Existence at Universities: A Case of Moi University (Ong’anya, G. V. & Some D. K.)
  • Youth and Nation Building in Kenya: Prospects and  Challenges (Ntabo M. M & Kirui I. K.)
  • Youth Empowerment for Realization of Peace and Justice in Kenya (Kerich Mary & Wanjala Martin)
  • Reinventing the Kenyan Youth for Increased Handshakes in the New Democracy (Okumu-Bigambo, W. Okeiga Obi & Bigambo Javas Ernest)
  • Role of Civic Education by Youth in Enhancing Peace Process (Elizabeth Lebo)
  • Transitional Justice in Kenya: The Role of the Youth for Sustainable Peace (Okubasu Duncan Munabi)
  • An Insight on the Leadership Potential in the Youth in Enhancing Justice and Peace (Samson Gituku Kinyanjui & Catherine Kathuni)
  • Listen To Us! The Agenda Setting Role of the Youth in Kenya (Alex Chamwada, Musakali J. J. Rotich D. C. & B. W. Githiora)
  • Scouting: A Non Formal Approach to Peace Building and Conflict Transformation (Jared Abayo)
  • Parasites That Hinder Youth Empowerment and Development (Peter Nakhulo)
  • Harnessing Youth Energy for Peace in Kenya (Migwi Jackson M.)
  • The Youth are more Like Oysters than Sausage in Kenya: Empowerment  is Supreme (Wilson K. Kiptala, Richard B. O. Okero & John Kipruto)
  • Community Mentoring as a Basis for Youth Empowerment: Hopes and Impediments (Masibo P., Lumala F. & Kamaara E.)
  • Economic Empowerment as an Avenue to Transforming Political Instability in Kenya (Mulongo L. S., Kwonyike J. & Kerre P. M.)
  • Role of TVET in Post Conflict Africa Countries (John Wanyonyi Simiyu & Lenah Sambu)
  • Sustaining Young Livelihoods (Joash Ntenga Moitui)
  • The Role of Youth Empowerment in Fostering Peace in Kenya (Stanley Kipsang & P. K. Chepkuto)
  • Youth and Sustainable Development for a Peaceful Kenya (Amon Mwangi)
  • Creation of an Information Technology Vision that Promotes Business among the Youth (Paul Kirui)
  • Youth Empowerment for Future Social, Economic and Political Prospects in Africa; The Potential of Kenyan Youths as Peace Builders (Shaban Varajab)
  • Engaging Youth for Positive Change; Role of Women in Peace Building (Mutai D. K & Ng’ang’a M. W.)
  • Youth Empowerment: Challenges of Promoting Business, Employment and Recreation (Wamalwa E. Martin & Mary Wahome)
  • Reframing the School Curriculum: Is Experiential Education the Key to Youth Empowerment? (Moses Shiasha Ingubu)
  • Museums Using Culture for the Development and Empowerment of Youth (Joseph Yano)
  • Nation Building and the Role of Kenya’s Youth: Challenges and Prospects (Martin E. Wamalwa & Cletus N. Chukwu)
  • Youth and Nation Building in Kenya: Prospects and Challenges (Ntabo M. M. & Kirui I. K.)
  • Nomadic Youth: Ecology, Economy, Ethnic Conflict and Nation Building in Kenya (Ezekiel Mwenzwa & Timothy Onduru)
  • Paradigm and Convention in Ethnic Belligerence: A Deliberation on Mitigation Stance in Kinyanjui Kombani’s The Last Villains of Molo (2004) (Eric Cheruiyot Maritim)
  • The Need to Address Sexual Reproductive Health Needs of Vulnerable Adolescent Girls for Peace in Eldoret (Abraham Mulwo & Eunice Kamaara)
  • The Role of Youth in the Healing and Reconciliation Process (John Wanyonyi & Lenah Sambu)
  • The State, Youth and Ethnic Violence: A Challenge to Peace and Nation Building (Billian Khalayi & Anne Nangulu)555
  • Education for Peace and Gender Equity in Kenya (Njoroge John Kamau)
  • Youth Gender Empowerment through Education for Peace-Building in Kenya (Ruth N. Otunga, David O Emoit & Moses S. Wafula)
  • History Teaching in Kenyan Secondary Schools, for Peace, Reconciliation and National Integration (John Koskey Changach)
  • Perspectives for the Future: In the Absence of a Road Map: Monitoring Reconciliation’s Trajectory in Kenya (Prof. Ian S. McIntosh)
  • Closing Remarks [Prof. R. Mibey; Prof. B. A. Ogot]
  • Official Closing Address [Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports]


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