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Presentation of a Doctoral Research by Dr Sara Panata, 2nd of June

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Dr Sara Panata, Senior Research Associate at IFRA-Nigeria, defended her PhD thesis in September 2020 on “Nigeria Marches On. Feminist and Women’s Movements in the National Struggle for Socio-Political Rights (1944-1994)”. After supporting her research since 2013, IFRA-Nigeria was glad to take part to the first presentation of her Doctoral Research in the Department of History, University of Ibadan on the 2nd of June. 

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IFRA-Nigeria and IAS-Ibadan initiated a collaboration with KNUST university in KUMASI Ghana

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Between 3rd and 7th of May, a delegation of IFRA-Nigeria and the Institute of African Studies (IAS) of the University of Ibadan visited the History and Political Studies Department of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi, Ghana. This week of exchange aimed at creating a collaboration between the three institutions, IAS, KNUST and IFRA-Nigeria.

 

 

 

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Report - Symposium on Naija, Institute of African Studies (UI) June 27-29, 2019

An exceptionally successful international symposium

The Naija Symposium took place in the Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, June 27-29, 2019. The symposium was organised by IFRA-Nigeria around the NaijaSynCor ANR project  and was the occasion to introduce the Nigerian scientific community to the concept of Naija, as a new name identifying the language that has developed in Nigeria out of Nigerian Pidgin since the Independence of the country.

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IFRA/WORDOC Seminar "Human Trafficking on Sexual Exploitation In Nigeria"

Thursday 30th of November 2017, 2pm, Lady Bank Anthony Hall, Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan

This seminar will conclude the eponymous project which started in 2015 as a partnership with the programme "Support to the Fight against Human Trafficking in countries of the Golf of Guinea" initiated by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development (MAEDI). The project focused on the places, actors and mechanisms of human trafficking networks. The research team notably conducted fieldwork in various sites: Benin City, Ibadan, Abuja, Lagos.

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Joint conference IFRA Nigeria/Institute of African Studies: "Land, Culture and Migration"

On Thursday 3rd November 2016, IFRA Nigeria and the Institute of African Studies organised a joint scientific event, a one-day conference titled “Land, Culture and Migration”.

The Institute of African Studies is the main partner of IFRA within the University of Ibadan, and accommodates friendly and ex gratia our Institute in its own premises since IFRA’s opening in 1990. This partnership has always proved fruitful and successful, while the relationships between the successive directors of the two Institutes stayed warm and harmonious during the years. Yet, it was important to celebrate and to strengthen this partnership, by organising an outstanding joint scientific event, the first since 2012. It is in this spirit that IFRA and IAS’ teams worked together during several weeks to set up a one-day conference titled « Culture, Land and Migration », addressing issues regarding cultural, religious, sociological and economic dimensions of urban and rural migrations, spaces, boundaries, landownership, land use policy, tenure, governance and notions of indigeneity and anteriority in Nigeria.

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