Post-conflict analyst and prolific change-maker
University of Leeds
- Patrick was born and raised in the small town of Kariba, Zimbabwe.
- He completed his Masters studies in the UK on a Canon Collins scholarship and also holds a PhD in International Relations from the University of St. Andrews.
- Patrick is co-founder and editor of Mindleag Limited (UK), an editorial assistant of Journal Governance in Africa, and board member of Zimbabwe Policy Dialogue Institute.
- He is also a co-founding trustee and organising secretary of Kariba Development Trust, which focuses on promoting environmental, economic and social development in Kariba, Zimbabwe.
- Patrick has taught Philosophy at the University of Zimbabwe, and the International Relations of Sub-Saharan Africa module at the University of St Andrews.
- He has conducted extensive fieldwork in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Uganda and has published widely on issues of peace-building, repairing youth-elder relations, and hybridity, in post-conflict societies.
- Patrick’s Kauzhumba Primary School Building Project was voted by fellow-alumni as winner of the 2016 Canon Collins Change Makers Award.
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Co-founding Mindleag Limited and Kariba Development Trust, and being awarded the 2016 Canon Collins Alumni Change Makers Award.
Research, consulting, lecturing and volunteering.
Editor (Mindleag Limited)