We have had workshops, trainings, seminars and other advocacy activities on women political participation and sensitization on gender issues. At these meetings reached a modest number of people at a time. Then we thought about Create Her Space, a multimedia project where we could reach more through the audio-visual and online media. We put it […]
The Nigerian Women’s Trust Fund (WF) was set up in 2011 just before the April general elections to support the vision of enhanced representation and participation of women in politics and decision-making. Thus our focus was on how to support the women who were stepping up to represent a population which is 49% female. We […]
Ayisha Osori, the CEO of the Nigerian Women participated in the 2013 Eisenhower Fellowship. She was among participants from 108 countries. Eisenhower Fellowship holds every year in The United States of America.
From August 16, 2013 when the Senate voted to keep Section 29 (4)(b) (“Any woman who is married shall be deemed to be of full age”) through September 24 2013 during a press conference arranged by GECORN (Gender & Constitution Reform Network) to address gender issues around constitutional amendments, we have remained committed to this […]