McDonald Lewanika is a Politics and Development professional and researcher with over 15 years progressive experience working in Zimbabwe, the Southern Africa region and some parts of Europe. During this career, McDonald has led and managed civil society coalitions and organisations, designed and conducted high-level research-based advocacy, planned and coordinated national and global campaigns, and developed, fundraised for and managed multi-year multi-donor programs. McDonald holds an MA International Development (Distinction) from the University of Manchester, and an MRES Political Science from the London School of Economics (LSE). He is currently pursuing doctoral studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in the Department of Government, researching competitive authoritarian regimes, the African state electoral campaigns.
25. Jan. 2019