(Social Policy and Human Development). John Bosco Mubiru holds MSc in Social Protection Design and Financing from Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Netherlands and BA in Social Work and Social Administration from Makerere University, Kampala. John has been involved in a number of research studies. He is currently a co-researcher on the Minimum wage study that focuses on Minimum wage as an option for social protection in Uganda. Previously he served as an
Ethnographic researcher during the African Power and Politics Programme (DRT in partnership with Overseas Development Institute-UK) that was generating information about Local Governance and Public goods service delivery. This study was finding out what works for poor? Other studies where John has participated in include, Domestic Response to Humanitarian crises in Uganda (DRT in partnership with Development Inititaives-uk), Social Exclusion of persons with disabilities in accessing social services, among others.