Fr. Kilonzo Martin Mwaluko reflects on Pope Francis’ message of peace: “Let the aim of the Kenyan leaders be that of creating a nation where each citizen says ‘no to violence’, a nation where peace is cultivated through brotherly care. Let the culture of care be the path to peaceful living among Kenyans. We are all brothers and sisters.
Who are we?
The Social Sciences Faculty was founded in 1951 as part of the Philosophy Faculty. It became an independent academic unit in 1972. In 2013, elements of the program of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Social Communication, founded in 1980, were integrated into a new specialization in Social Communications. Today, the Faculty offers the Baccalaureate in Social Sciences; three specializations at Licentiate level, namely: Social Doctrine of the Church and Public Ethics, Sociology and Social Communication, and the Doctorate in Social Sciences.