Congratulations to Matthew Claeys

Matthew Claeys (2011) is expected to graduate Fall 2016 with a Masters in African Studies from the Institute of African Studies at the University of Ghana. His thesis research surveyed perceptions and treatment of mental health in Ghana as a means to understand human rights theory in Africa. He has been involved in additional research concerning forms of modern slavery across Ghana. He was awarded a student travel award in 2015 from the African Studies Association of America with which he expanded his experience on the African continent into Morocco and the Western Sahara. He is currently residing in Jersey City, NJ awaiting graduation. Following is his pending contribution to scholarship:

Claeys, M. (2016) How “African” Are Human Rights? Experiences and Perceptions of Mental Health Practitioners in Ghana. Master’s Thesis. Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.

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