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Introduction

A major turning point in the effort to spread the Church’s social teaching throughout the AMECEA area was reached on May 8, 2003, when the Center was formally approved by the University Council. This calculated action was taken in response to the urgent need, especially within the African church community, to promote just social systems and institutions.

The Centre for Social Justice and Ethics carries out a number of activities in the AMECEA region and beyond in line with the three-fold mission of universities: research, teaching and formation, and community service, and in light of CUEA’s motto “Consecrate them in the Truth.”. It seeks to empower different stakeholders on social-cultural issues to enable them to engage in Justice and Peace, human rights, equity and participatory leadership.

The Centre offers academic and outreach programs to the Youth, Justice and peace animators, human rights advocates, policymakers, educators, politicians, administrators, businessmen and women etc. The Center serves a wide range of stakeholders through a variety of academic and outreach programs, including young people, those working to promote justice and peace, human rights activists, legislators, educators, business people, and women.

Promoting the Church’s Social Doctrine within the development of society in the AMECEA countries is an ever-present concern in the orientations and academic programs of the Centre for Social Justice and Ethics. The Church’s Social Doctrine seen as including a perspective of social theology requires:

  1. Deeper research on the status of the Church’s Social Doctrine.
  2. The development of appropriate and effective formation programs.
  3. The development of modules for social action draws from an experience of social questions in specific contexts interpreted in the light of the Gospel.

For these reasons, the Catholic University of Eastern Africa established the Centre for Social Justice and Ethics for study and formation in the Church’s Social Doctrine.

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Rev. Dr. Peter Mbaro
Email: csje@cuea.edu.
Call: 0709 691301

About the Director

Rev. Dr. Peter Mbaro is the Director, Centre for Social Justice and Ethics.

He is a Diocesan priest of the Catholic Diocese of Nyahururu (Kenya). He was Ordained in 1995. Rev. Dr. Peter Mbaro holds Baccalaureate Degrees in Philosophy and in Sacred Theology from Urbaniana University in Rome, a Licentiate in Moral Theology from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa and a Doctorate in Social Doctrine of the Church from the Lateran Pontifical University in Rome (Italy). He is currently a Senior Lecturer at CUEA in the Centre for Social Justice and Ethics (CSJE) and serves as the Director of the CSJE. Since Sept. 2008, he has been teaching in the area of the Social Doctrine of the Church, with focus on Christian Ethics; Justice and Peace; Church Management and Leadership, hence, he has a rich experience.

He serves as a Co-director of Globethics.net East Africa, an Advisory Board Member of the Globethics.net East Africa Programme. He is the University Ethics Officer, the University Representative in the Globethics Consortium on Ethics in Higher Education and a Board Member of the Health Board of the Archdiocese of Nairobi. He coordinates the Njabini Boys High School Alumni Association, in mentoring, motivating students, and supporting the school in infrastructure development. He has been supporting the AMECEA Region Church in the area of Capacity Building, and the local church in conducting Church Leaders’ leadership seminars, retreats, recollections and supporting fund drives for the construction of Church buildings. Giving talks and reflections in the area of Ethics, Justice and Peace in different forums. He supports CUEA family in other areas of community service.

He has authored several works in the area of family, ethics, peace and justice. Rev. Dr. Mbaro is a well-respected author who has made meaningful contributions to academic literature on family, ethics, peace, and justice.

1. Postgraduate Programs
  • Master of Arts in Justice, Peace, and Cohesion
  • Master of Arts in Peace Studies
  •  Doctor of Philosophy in Justice, Peace, and Governance
2. Undergraduate Programs
  • Bachelor of Church Management and Leadership
  • Bachelor of Justice and Peace

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education with a minimum mean grade of C+ or the equivalent, OR
  • Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education with a minimum of 2 principal passes and a subsidiary pass or the equivalent
2. Short-term Courses

i. Certificate in Church Management and Leadership

Applicants must be holders of a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education or the equivalent.

ii. Advanced Certificate in Church Management and Leadership

Applicants must have a certificate in Church Management and Leadership from The Catholic University of Eastern Africa.

3. Diploma in Church Management and Leadership

Applicants must have an advanced certificate in Church Management and Leadership from The Catholic University of Eastern Africa. In addition, they should be holders of a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education with a minimum mean grade of C plain or its equivalent.

4. Diploma in Conflict Management and Peace Building

Applicants must be holders of a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education or the equivalent.

5. Diploma in Justice and Peace

Applicants must have an advanced certificate in Justice and Peace from The Catholic University of Eastern Africa. In addition, they should be holders of a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education with a minimum mean grade of C plain or its equivalent.

6. Diploma in Governance, Leadership and Elections Management

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The faculty is committed to community service in and outside the campus. Faculty community service activities are in line with the vision and mission of the University. Apart from material support, the faculty envisage the service-learning model of serving the community. The faculty has identified educational institutions such as Light Academy and is collaborating with them in the provision of learning materials and other support services.

The uniqueness of the programme

The Journal of Social Encounters (JSE) is an interdisciplinary online journal with limited copies in print that publishes scholarly, peer-reviewed essays on peace, conflict, and social justice issues in any part of the world. In keeping with this aim, the current online issue is published by CSJE at CUEA in Nairobi, Kenya, in collaboration with the Department of Peace Studies at the College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University (CSB/SJU) in Collegeville, Minnesota. While the JSE will publish essays by authors from any country in each issue, some essays by African authors always will be included in each issue so that African scholarship on peace, conflict, and social justice will become better known. The Journal of Social Encounters (JSE) is a diverse online publication that also offers limited printed copies. It features scholarly essays that have been peer-reviewed, covering topics such as peace, conflict, and social justice from around the world. The current online edition is presented by CSJE at CUEA in Nairobi, Kenya, in partnership with the Department of Peace Studies at the College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University (CSB/SJU) in Collegeville, Minnesota. While the JSE showcases essays from authors of any nationality, there is a consistent inclusion of works by African writers in each edition, highlighting African perspectives on peace, conflict, and social justice.

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