Education

Making Workplaces Breastfeeding Friendly for Nursing Mothers in the Workforce

More women are being recruited into the workforce. This is a wonderful development. But it is not enough to give someone a job, it is required that an employer provides a comfortable working environment for their employees. Over the years, working conditions are usually more difficult for women as their unique features are not considered. […]

International Day of the Girl Child 2022 – TikTok Competition!

Roseline presents TikTok Competition to mark International Day of the Girl Child. Theme: Our time is now – our rights, our future. Join the challenge to Break Gender Stereotypes in Our World Today!How to join:• Record or make a video with a duration between 1 to 3 minutes.Kindly create a content on how to get […]

Gendered Behaviour Towards Parents in Schools

In some parts of the world, I have heard that schools ask you to pick who should be called in case of emergency. But even when parents choose fathers, the schools will call mothers by default. This shows that these institutions herald inequality when they shouldn’t.

Building a Track Record

Granted, bigger funding makes advocacy a lot easier and gives you a wider sphere of influence. And every advocate’s dream is to reach the ends of the world with their message of equality, equity, and fairness. But managing your expectations, making sacrifices, and staying consistent with the cause are key ingredients to a successful life of advocacy. This is the main part of advocacy that the world doesn’t see – the process, the dry spell, the long wait. It is something to be aware of and maximize. If you are in that season currently, don’t just wait it out: work it out, build a track record, and all the good things and impact you dream of will come.

It is my 4 Year Blog Anniversary

You can be consistent by deciding what you want to do and staying true to it. It could be a project, a course, or a goal you would like to meet. Like we always say, “choosing” is the easy part. The first few weeks you start, it seems pretty easy because you are excited to try something new. But you must decide that after the butterflies fly away, you will still do what you have chosen to do. There are times you will fall but don’t stay there. Get back up and keep going. 

Amazons 6 – Olufunke Oyinlola

First, I want to call the world’s attention to the boychild. I put it this way because I cannot teach boys how to be boys, I am a woman after all. But I can help them in ways where I know I can make an impact and then involve men and women who specialize in specific areas and can help in various aspects of the boys’ lives. I like working with experts just as much as I love practical solutions.

How to Maximize your National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Experience

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) can be one of the best experiences for any fresh graduate. In recent years many have argued that the scheme’s significance has been defeated, and thus, the program should be discarded. Some also believe that the scheme is useless and the experience gathered during the NYSC serving year is […]

The Role of Audio Social Media Platforms in Gender Advocacy

Now, I know we have been used to the usual social media platforms like Facebook, twitter in our advocacy but I would like to bring to the fore the use of audio social platforms for advocacy. We have Clubhouse, Twitter space, Facebook Room. Raising our voices, we have podcasts as well.

Ladies In School 2 – Victoria Adeola Shittu

I love hearing stories about ladies smashing stereotypes in career and leadership. It is refreshing and inspiring to read about and it spurs other women to aspire to more. As much as I love reading about brilliant successful women who are currently making waves in the society, I believe that becoming a daring female leader […]

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