Dr. Stancu Adriana Iuliana
Stancu Adriana Iuliana is lecturer PhD at ”Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati, Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences, where she started the professional activity in 2005. In 2010 she became PHD in Law , at Alexandru Ioan Cuza Police Academy of Bucharest . She is the author of two books and also she published over 26 scientific papers in recognized international journals. At the University she teaches criminology and criminal law. She is the active director of the Legal Science Department Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences.
Dr. Mihaela Aghenitei
Mihaela Aghenitei is a PhD Lecturer at the Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences at the University of the “Lower Danube” and participates in a grant funded from the funds of the research project carried out by the University “Lower Danube” from Galati. She is an associate researcher at the Institute of Legal Research – Romanian Academy and a member of ELI and ESIL. She has published 81 articles indexed in national and international databases and 5 specialized books in criminal law.
Dr. Susanne Jacobs
Dr. Susanne Jacobs (Ph.D. Edu; MDIAC, Play Therapy) is a senior lecturer at North-West University (South Africa) (Child, Youth, Family, Transdisciplinary Health promotion studies). Facilitating teacher education (30 years), currently supervises post-graduate research in psychosocial health: strengthening (restoring, and preserving) communities, using positive, appreciative, psychological strengths, to promote resilience, well-being, healthy relationships, and culturally responsive approaches.
Dr. Zoë Kessler
received her doctorate from the School of Education and Social Work at the University of Dundee in Scotland where she focused her research on youth in the social care system in Eastern Europe. A Master of Social Work from Salem State University, A clinical license from the state of Massachusetts. Zoë has been on the faculty at Salem State University in the United States since 2019. Zoë recently received a Fulbright Scholar Open Research Award to continue her research in Latvia in Spring 2023. There she will research the impact of deinstitutionalization policies on children in the social care system and creating a Co-research Photo Voice exhibit of care leavers lived experiences post care.
Ms. Le Vien Lan Huong
Le Vien Lan Huong is a lecturer at the Foreign Language Department, Vietnam Medical Military University, Hanoi, Vietnam. Her teaching area is the English language – Field of study: cognitive linguistics.
Ms. Kabaro Neswiswa
Kabaro Neswiswa is a professional social worker and a trained PREP 8.0 facilitator (Denver), with 16 years experience working with couples and families. Now a PhD student (Marriage Enrichment) from the North-West University (SA), she values strong marriages and uses her passion to teach couples skills to enhance healthy relationhsips.
Ms. Nguyen Thi Bich Hanh
Nguyen Thi Bich Hanh is the Head of the Linguistics Department, Faculty of Culture – Linguistics, Graduate Academy of Social Sciences, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, and her teaching areas: Linguistics, especially in the field of cognitive linguistics, semantics, and symbolism.
Mr. Andre Ben Moses Akuche
Mr. Andre Ben Moses Akuche is a Doctoral Candidate (International Relations) at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. He holds a B.Sc. Degree in International Studies from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria, and an M.Sc. (Political Science) Degree in International Relations and Diplomacy from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria. He lectures in the Department of International Relations at Madonna University, Nigeria. His areas of interest include theories of international relations, foreign policy analysis, strategic studies, human rights, human security, climate change policies, and Research Methodology.