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Meet The Emeritus is a monthly hangout event for school leaders, educators, education entrepreneurs and policy makers to meet, network, learn, collaborate, have fun and grow together. Each month, an experienced and successful education entrepreneur, educator and policy maker is invited to share his/her wealth of experience with the registered and invited participants.
How it works
- Meet the Emeritus is a 2-hour moderated discussion program.
- Our special guest will be engaged by a moderator for about 45 minutes while the remaining time will be dedicated to Q & A.
Our special guest for April edition is Mrs. Alero Ayida-Otobo.
Mrs. Alero Ayida-Otobo is the CEO of Incubator Africa, a development agency that mobilises and equips Africans to collaborate and actively participate in strategic reform activities. She is also the author of Reformers Arise, a book written to activate people of dignity and integrity whose vision is to change the African narrative. Mrs. Otobo is passionate about reforming education and health systems and transforming individuals and institutions. She is a graduate of Oxford University, Bartlett School of Architecture and Town Planning, University of London and the London Business School. Mrs. Alero Ayida-Otobo has worked in myriad business sectors in Nigeria, Ghana and Liberia, and delivered papers at conferences in Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda.
She will be discussing with us on “Reforming our Education System: Why? Who? When? and How?”
- Venue: Education Hub, City Hall, Catholic Mission Street, Lagos Island
- Date: 20 April, 2018
- Time: 4pm – 6pm
Attendance for Meet the Emeritus is free for all the participants but registration must be confirmed due to the limited number of seats.
This event is powered by Edusko Africa and supported by Teach for Nigeria
The SLA is a community of educators collaborating on training and projects for school development. We believe education is life itself and not preparation for life so we make the most of experiences to enhance teaching and learning.
We brainstorm on activities to celebrate notable days, to create rich and relevant experiences for our students.
Our Teachers CPD Conference is going to address the core competencies of a professional teacher:
ICT in education
Teachers will be well equipped with theories and practice; they will choose to be progressive in their approach. It’s a workshop conference, you would learn the theories of teaching and experience the practice.
Fantasia Education Partners in collaboration with the School Leaders Association is committed to education development.
As part of the Foundation’s research programme, two prizes will be awarded in 2018, for writing on contemporary, modern or historical sculpture or painting. The Ben Enwonwu Dissertation Prizes are open to BA and MA students.
BA Dissertation: N150, 000 cash prize
Published and bound copies of dissertations will be entered into The Ben Enwonwu Foundation Research Library.
Dissertations should not have been previously published but submitted as part of coursework within the past academic year at a Nigerian university.
Applicants should include a letter from their academic institution to indicate their course and place of study, as well as a letter of support from an academic tutor or supervisor.
Submit by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org by May 25, 2018.
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Whether or not we live in Africa, all of our futures will be affected by the success or failure of education on the continent.
We started the Business of Education summit in 2017 to serve as an avenue through which education stakeholders can discuss how our education system could be properly managed so that we could build a great future for the coming generations.
At the inaugural edition, close to 1,000 school leaders in attendance were engaged by renowned education and business leaders who included Prof. Chris Ogbechie, Mr. Lanre Olushola, Dr. Sanyaolu Adebodun, Mrs Biola Alabi, Mr. Raghav Lal, Mr. Darrell Mcgraw and many others.
This year’s edition promises to be bigger, better and highly insightful. Participants will be engaged by renowned educationist, thoughts leaders and experienced policy makers within and outside the country.
We are expecting over a thousand private school owners, directors, administrators, education entrepreneurs, senior educators and key stakeholders in the Nigerian education sector. This event is absolutely free for all the invited participants.
How do I get invited?
This event is strictly for school leaders, policy makers, parents and key education stakeholders. Attendance is strictly by registration and invitation. You can register up to 5 top management staff in your school. Please register below:
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Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) is a non-governmental organisation with a compelling vision “to be the catalyst that elevates the status and influence of women and their contribution to nation building.”
The WIMBIZ Women in Politics (WIMPol) workshop brings together women with zeal and passion for the development sectors to discuss topical issues and share strategies for success in the light of a rapidly changing global, economic and socio-political landscape.
Date: Thursday, March 22nd, 2018.
Time: 1.30 pm – 3.30 pm.
Venue: Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Women are not yet fully represented in the leadership of the political and governance structure in Nigeria. This is borne out of a strong adherence to patriarchal beliefs, cultural perceptions about the role of a woman, the nature of the political arena in Nigeria and the steep financial barriers to entry into the political game. Women in Nigeria have, in their own way, played a crucial role in the socio-economic development of the country. The WIMPol workshop exists to help women who want to do more for the political advancement of this nation.
There has been a significant reduction of women in parliament evident by the drop from 9.6% female representation in the 7th republic to 4.9% female representation in the 8th republic. Research on female political representation in Nigeria clearly shows that proactive measures need to be put in place to encourage increased female participation in politics. WIMPol was borne to help meet this need.
The workshop helps to create awareness about politics and show women how to get involved. It also connects existing and intending female politicians with those who can train them on the soft and hard skills required for elective and appointed positions. WIMPol aims to strengthen the success rate of female politicians.
The 2018 WIMPol forum is themed ‘Politics 101…The Winning Formula’. As the name implies, this year’s WIMPol event seeks to enable women with a latent interest in politics by helping them understand the political terrain. Over 60 political parties have been invited to attend and interact with workshop participants. The speakers at the workshop this year are Amb. Folake Marcus Bello, Ibim Semenitari and Hon. Nnenna Ukeje. There will also be a technical presentation by an electoral adviser. The workshop will be moderated by Hafsat Abiola-Costello.
The WIMPol program will not only hold in Lagos, there will be another program scheduled to hold in Abuja, later in the year.