Alumni Profile: Victor Baba Aligo, Minister, Reconcilers World Ministry

Victor Baba Emmanuel Aligo is an ordained minister and a graduate of the Master of Arts in International Relations (MAIR) from the United States International University-Africa, where he graduated at the 44th Commencement Ceremony with a GPA of 3.714 (Magna Cum Laude).

Victor Baba ministers and serves at the Reconcilers World Ministry, where he manages capacity development across all the networks of the ministry. In addition to this, he is an Alternative Dispute Resolution specialist, sought-after trainer, practitioner, and mentor to mediation enthusiasts across the world. Presently, he is a faculty member, advisor, and trainer at Accords International (India), Global University Somalia (Somalia), Settlement House, and Three C’s Met International Institute (Nigeria), respectively.

In Kenya, with refugee status, Victor Baba has practiced mediation for both for-profit making entities (law firms) and non-profit establishments, notably the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA-Kenya). Additionally, he has volunteered more than 200 hours in community organizing and building across Nairobi, Kenya.

Having established a reputation in the alternative dispute resolution world, Victor Baba was recently announced as a JAMS Weinstein Fellow and awarded a grant to undertake a semester-long program at the Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation (PON). The JAMS Weinstein Fellowship is considered the holy grail among jurists, legal scholars, judges, lawyers, and practitioners from around the world.

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