On Tuesday, 08 March 2022, the Nigerian House of Representatives rescinded its decision on three of the five gender equality bills previously rejected by the higher and lower levels of parliament. Read more.
On 02 March 2022, hundreds of women gathered at the National Assembly in Abuja to protest the rejection of five gender equality bills aiming to promote women's inclusion and representation in Nigerian politics. Read more.
‘African homophobia’ is a distinct variant of global homophobia because it is based on unique theoretical foundations that blend prejudices imported from non-African (mostly Western and Islamic) contexts. Read more.
All forms of capitalism, including Africapitalism, ultimately, depend on the devaluation and exploitation of essential domestic labour, which women still perform almost exclusively in Africa. Read more.
Folayegbe Akintunde-Ighodalo was a pioneering Nigerian feminist, activist, and civil servant who in 1968 became the permanent secretary of Home Affairs and Information in Nigeria’s Western Region. Read more.