Investigation report on comparative economic and political performance between Nigeria and other African countries
The political economy of a country is pivotal to its economic dynamics as well as its social system. While politics and the process of politicking do not necessarily give rise to the social structure of a people, the institutional framework, process and outcome of this exercise do influence the course and outcome of achievable socio-economic status of the nation and its people…
Women Political Participation in Nigeria
“The achievement of democracy presupposes a genuine partnership between men and women in the conduct of the affairs of society in which they work in equality and complementarity, drawing mutual enrichment from their differences”.
Women Peace Education Campaign and Cultural Exhibition
Gender Strategy Advancement international In partnership with The Korean Cultural Centre To Host The women and peace cultural exhibition in commemoration of the International day of remembrance of Victims of Insurgence.
Women in Counter Insurgency Operations
More than 1,000 women and girls have been kidnapped from schools and villages across the country, Executive Director, Gender Strategy Advancement International (GSAI), Adaora Onyechere,… She stated this during the Women and Peace Cultural exhibition …
Social inequality, gender disparity and different levels of marginalization are some of the developmental problems that is facing Nigeria and most developing countries globally. These problems hinder not only economic development but also deepen injustice and underutilization of the nation’s human capital potentials.
Nigeria ranked 128th out of 153 countries in the world and 27th out of 53 countries in Africa, on the World Bank’s Global Gender Gap Index 2020. This implies that Nigeria still has a lot to do in closing the gender gap, attaining gender equality and equal representation for women. Though women make up 49.2% of Nigeria’s population, women have been largely marginalized at all levels of the society. Women and girls in Nigeria are socialized to be seen as fit only for the kitchen and to assist with farm duties. Thus making them dependents and subservient to their male counterpart. They also, over the years, face consistent threats on daily bases, ranging from domestic violence, sexual harassment, traditional harmful practices, fear of intimidation, limited access to credit facilities, malnutrition, lack of health care facilities and education among others…
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