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Are You Rationalising Systems of Oppression?

In solitary thought this fine morning, I kept wondering why my nation has accommodated abuses and brutal assaults from her

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Why Be Pressured to “Lead” When You Can “Follow”?

I came across this supposedly cute postcard the other day; it is one of those motivational postcards meant to inspire

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COP 28 Reflections – The Charade of a UAE Consensus

COP 28 has come and gone, but the world is left with the consequences of its outcomes—for the next twelve

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Nigerian Social Impact Lawyer, Aderonke Ige, 43 Others Named 2023 Chevening Scholars

The prestigious Chevening Scholarship was won by 44 Nigerians in 2023, according to the British Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office

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My Chevening journey towards social impact

There is a fire within me, an overwhelming excitement that bubbles up as I make to share my Chevening story.

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Gender Parity- An agenda worth setting

Injustice is injustice, regardless of how sugarcoated it is. The menace of Gender-based Violence, lack of parity in governance &

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WORKING FROM HOME WITH SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE

Now that the home place is also the workplace for most of us during this #lockdown, there’s the temptation to

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HEAR WORD!

It is an absolutely easy task to sit hypocritically on a comfy sofa of ignorance, and spew uninformed comments about

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