Moses has a BSc Honours in Political Science and a MSc in International Relations from the University of Zimbabwe. Moses has taught on African Political Ideas, Contemporary Political Thought, International Relations, Civil Society and Governance, Gender Mainstreaming in Policy Analysis, and Research Methods at the University of Zimbabwe and the Women’s University in Africa. He has also worked with the Mass Public Opinion Institute as a Lead Researcher. Moses has written and published on the trajectory of state politics and society in Zimbabwe and the interface between globalisation and imperialism in Africa.
As part of the fellowship program, Moses is currently studying on the MA in International Peace and Security at King’s College London.
- International peace and security
- International law in general and the law of armed conflicts in particular
- Humanitarian intervention
- Democracy, human rights, and electoral politics