Martin Luther Munu is Research Analyst-Trade and Regional Integration at the Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC). He is a development professional with special interest in influencing the globalisation process to promote the development needs of the poor and vulnerable. He holds a Master of Science in Globalisation and Development from the Institute of Development Policy and Management-University of Antwerp (IOB-UA), Belgium and a Bachelor in Development Studies from Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. Before joining EPRC, he worked with Southern and Eastern African Trade, Information and Negotiations Institute (SEATINI) Uganda as a Programme Officer-Influencing Bilateral and Multilateral Trade Negotiation Systems as well as with Consumer Unity & Trust Society (CUTS) International, Nairobi as Assistant Programme Officer-Trade and Development.

Munu is passionate about democratic governance and human rights as critical issues in realising sustainable development and has been involved in a number of initiatives at national, regional as well as global levels, for instance, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) 9th and 10th Ministerial Conferences in Bali and Nairobi respectively.  His research interests are on trade policies, trade negotiations, regional integration and investment for sustainable development. 

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