Ofori, Felix Nana Kofi

Felix Nana Kofi Ofori holds a PhD in International Economic and Human Rights Law from the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK; MA International Law and International Relations from Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK; LLM International Trade Law from Brunel University, Uxbridge, London, UK; MBA International Marketing and Communication from University of Leicester, UK and BA Journalism and Communication Studies, from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, Accra, Ghana.

Nana’s specialism  and research activities span WTO’s TRIPS and GATS agreements, Environmental and Human Rights  Protection in Developing states, including Ghana. He also engages with issues relating to the protection of access to water, sanitation and medicines in under-privileged communities in Africa.

Nana’s teaching areas include Human Rights, International Economic Law, Commercial Trade, Dispute Resolution, and Environmental protection, International Relations, management and Research Methods. Nana has previously taught International Business Management, Employment Law and Arbitration at the postgraduate and undergraduate levels at Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK. At St Mary’s University in London, Nana acted as the course convener in International Commercial Law, Tort and Humans Rights Law respectively. Moreover, Nana has delivered lectures in contract law, employment law and sessions in research methods at the International Study Centre, Kingston University, London.

Nana is an active researcher in international Human Rights and Environmental Issues as well as advancing the course of deprived communities within developing states, especially Africa. He has published a number of articles relating human rights, environment and water in good academic journals. Nana has participated in several domestic and foreign conferences on human rights and environment, particularly the Hague conference on Public International law respectively.

Nana is currently a researcher and Trustee with the REACT Humanitarian Network, located in Oxford; which promotes the wellbeing of disabled children by ensuring that they gain access to socio-economic prosperity in future.