HOD – Constitutional and Administrative Law Department
LL.B I – Class supervisor
Ph.D. candidate – University of Antwerp, Belgium
Area of Study: International Human Rights Law
Topic: Localisation of Human Rights: The case study of Child Marriages in Shinyanga Tanzania.
LL.M in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa (Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, South Africa)
Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice – Law School of Tanzania, Tanzania LL.B (Mzumbe University, Tanzania)
Ms. Warioba is an assistant lecturer at the Faculty of Law of Mzumbe University. She is currently pursuing Ph.D. studies at the University of Antwerp in Belgium and her thesis topic is Localisation of Human Rights: The case study of Child Marriages in Shinyanga Tanzania. She is also a supernumerary researcher at the Faculty of Law of the University of Antwerp in Belgium. She is an advocate of the High Court of Tanzania and subordinate courts thereto save for primary courts and therefore a member of the Tanganyika Law Society.
Ms. Warioba is a human rights aficionado. Her human rights areas of interest are children rights, women rights and the right to development. Her other areas of interest include public international law, international criminal law and the law of succession.
She also has empirical research experience, for example, she was involved as the researcher in a “Study of the role of Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices that give rise to violence against children in Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar”. The Study was commissioned by UNICEF to Mzumbe University and the University of Huddersfield.
Marwa, C. and Warioba, I., Challenges Posted by The New Mining Act and Its Regulations in Tanzania, Journal of Politics and Law, Vol 8, No 4 (2015).
Warioba, I., The first-past-the-post electoral system versus proportional representation in Africa: A comparative analysis, Tanzania Lawyer Journal, (2012)
Formal approach vis a vis substantive approach towards the elimination of child marriages for girls in Tanzania, presented at the Law and Development Conference at the University of Antwerp, Belgium (September 2017)
The justiciability of socio-economic rights in Tanzania, presented at Abo Akademi University, Finland during the Advanced Course on International Human Rights Law (August 2012)