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.
Tope climbed down from her car and hung her bag. Then, she walked briskly into the building in front. At the lobby, the security man stopped her. “Where are you going, Ma’am?” he asked, his two hands in the air. “I have an interview with XYZ tech,” she said, “And I’m almost late.” “You? How?” […]
The webinar started with an opening speech by me which resounded the essence and the relevance of International Women’s Day that is being celebrated globally. Afterward, the moderator, Ibere Chims took over by introducing the speakers. The first speaker, Adebanke Ilori, spoke on the harmful practices that limit women, especially in the Nigerian context. She […]
March 8 is International Women’s Day. I will be hosting a webinar on the theme: Choose to challenge gender bias and inequality. This is an opportunity to challenge stereotypes, call for inclusion, amplify women’s voices, and to celebrate women. We shall be celebrating all women living beyond limitations, holding up, making an impact, influencing the […]