Manuel de Araújo
|Manuel de Araújo|
|Mayor of Quelimane|
|Member of the Assembly of the Republic|
|Constituency||Maganja da Costa, Zambezia Province|
|Born||11 October 1970|
|Political party||Democratic Movement of Mozambique|
|Alma mater||SOAS, University of London
University of East Anglia
He was educated in Mozambique (BA Hons, Instituto Superior de Relacoes Internacionais), Zimbabwe (MPS, University of Zimbabwe and SARIPS), and in the United Kingdom at SOAS, University of London (MSc) and the University of East Anglia (PhD, 2011). He has served as a Member of Parliament for Maganja da Costa Constituency, Zambezia Province, Shadow Minister for Youth, Sports, Tourism and Culture and Shadow Secretary of State for Europe, Central and South America.
He has lectured in Economics, Development Economics, International Relations and Comparative Foreign Policy at Pedagogical University, the Instituto Superior de Ciencias e Tecnologias de Mocambique, Universidade Politecnica and the Instituto Superior de Relacoes Internacionais.
Manuel de Araujo was a Campaigner for the Portuguese and Spanish African Speaking Countries (Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Equatorial Guinea, Sao Tome e Principe) and then a Campaign Coordinator for the Southern African Development Community Project on Policing and Human Rights at Amnesty International (London). Previously, Manuel de Araujo was a researcher for the Southern African Research and Documentation Centre (SARDC) Human Development Report Project.
- Johnson, Leo. "Quelimane: One Square Mile of Mozambique". BBC News. Retrieved 4 April 2014.
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