A qualified lawyer with a master’s degree in Advanced Criminal Justice Law, Omotunde Enigbokan is currently running a 3 year Doctoral programme (2020-2022) in Human Rights Law at the Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria South Africa. In addition to this, she works per time as a project officer at the Migration Unit of the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria. The Migration Unit is a newly formed Unit of the Centre for Human Rights, which conducts research, advocacy and monitoring in the area of the rights of refugees, asylum seekers, internally displaced persons, migrants and stateless persons. 

Her PhD thesis topic focusses on SOUTH AFRICA’S IMPLEMENTATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS LAW ON THE RIGHT TO ACQUISITION OF NATIONALITY. The study will also look at United Kingdom(UK) Statelessness Determination Procedure (SDP) 2013 and lessons that can be learnt from the UK because South Africa currently has no statelessness determination procedure.