Minas Feseha holds an LL.B Degree in Laws from Addis Ababa University (AAU), Ethiopia. He also successfully completed a Master’s Degree in Peace and Security Studies, in a joint program between the Institute for Peace and Security Studies (IPSS) at AAU and the United Nations mandate University for Peace (UPEACE), Costa Rica. Minas has co-authored articles, which include "The Nexus between Security and Right to Development", "Oil Wars in the Sudans: The Role of China in Conflict Prevention" and “The African Union Conflict Management Division: Challenges and Prospects”, 2011.
Minas was President of Addis Ababa University Students’ Union and Ethiopian Higher Learning Institutions Students’ Union (EHLISU) for three years. He was also the founding and Executive Member of the Ethiopian Youth Association (EYA) and member of other youth organizations. For over three years, he worked with the Africa Peace and Security Programme (APSP), a joint program between the African Union and IPSS.
- Border governance
- Peace, conflict and security issues, especially in the Horn of Africa
- Youth, leadership, development, politics of Human Rights and ICC
- Regional, international and non-governmental organizations