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This free e-learning course aims to support policymakers, practitioners and activists realise a Nigeria in which discriminatory gender stereotypes cease to exist.
Chinelo Onwualu examines how transforming education for girls is the key to unlocking economic empowerment
What does is it mean to be a man in Nigeria? What is the potential value of working with men towards gender equality? What are the most effective strategies that we can use to mobilise together? This Collection brings together over 30 resources exploring these questions
On March 8th we celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of Nigerian women. Yet we also must bring the masses together and #BeBoldForChange - to forge a more inclusive, gender equal world.
Why is the experience of the world of paid work in Nigeria a gendered one? This Collection explores the challenges faced by Nigerian women in the labour market, & how they attempt to make paid work work for them.
What are the main barriers faced by girls in getting an education? This Collection highlights teaching approaches, policies and practices supporting young women to move into employment and further education.
Building on V4C's 'Being a Man in Nigeria' research report, this e-learning course will help participants to explore further why we should and how best to engage men towards gender equality.
Why environment and climate change is a gender issue
On the 24th of September 2014, Voices for Change and the Institute of Development Studies held a workshop to present and assess the prototype version of Gender Hub in Abuja. Around 30 participants from Nigeria attended the event discussing the potential opportunities of the Hub in providing gender specific research and news, building gender expertise, facilitating […]
Why does gender matter for governance? How can we expose gender-blind institutions and processes? What strategies have enhanced the opportunities and outcomes for women and girls in government processes? What can we learn from this and how can we integrate this into our own work? These are just some of the questions about to be […]