Aymar Nyenyezi Bisoka received his PhD from the School of Political and Social Sciences at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, with a background in legal and political studies. His doctoral thesis concerned with land grabbing by local elites in the African Great Lakes region. His postdoctoral researches focus on issues of power and resistance in relation with access to natural resources in this region. His research focuses upon land conflicts in Eastern DRC, Rwanda and Burundi. He has co-constructed the Land Rush Theatre method, and tested it out in various settings. Nyenyezi Bisoka works with the Catholic University of Bukavu and the Higher Institute of Rural Development in DRC as part of a sub-regional research project on natural resources. He collaborates with the Catholic University of Leuven and the University of Antwerp, Belgium, in the context of these projects. In addition, Dr. Nyenyezi Bisoka is involved in teaching and coordinating research-action projects in Rwanda, Burundi, and DRC. Before embarking on his doctoral studies, Dr. Nyenyezi Bisoka worked in development cooperation in Africa in the Great Lakes region. Under this experience, Dr. Nyenyezi Bisoka holds the research position at the Reference Center for expertise on Central Africa, which is a forum for dialogue and synergy in order to strengthen North-South cooperation. For publishing purposes, Dr. Nyenyezi Bisoka is the co-editor of the Conjoncture de l’Afrique Centrale (an annual scientific publication), the former Conjonctures Congolaises. He is the winner of several international awards including the Young African Researcher Award of the Review of African Political Economy in 2014 and the Individual Research Grant of African Peacebuilding Network (APN) of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) in 2017.