Speaking on how negotiation can be achieved, Professor Ojebode noted, “As public intellectuals, and that is what we should be, we should be in the frontline of redeeming the injustices that have been carried out around these cultural products. The plundering and the efforts to redeem these injustices should not be stories that we are being told. They should be stories that involve all of us. In addition to advocacy or activism, we should also turn the focus of our research towards negotiating cultural products. There are basically a limited number of schools of thought when it comes to how we do research. Our methods of negotiation and engagement must return cultural products to their owners. That is restitution and respect. The owners of dance, visual arts, and other forms of cultural products are the communities.”Read more
At the core of human security is “people-centred, comprehensive, context-specific and prevention-oriented responses that advance physical protection, economic empowerment and dignity of all people”. With growing insecurity around the world, human security question has continued to resonate with scholars and policy-makers alike.Read more
The University of Lagos is seeking a suitable candidate to fill the position of Director of the National Centre forRead more
The Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Lagos in conjunction with The Board of Trustees of the Ladipo Mobolaji Abisogun-Afodu Annual Lecture in Pharmacy is organizing the 3rd Research Grant award competition. Applications are hereby invited.Read more
A journalism teacher, Prof. Oloruntola Sunday, has advised practicing journalists against prioritizing financial inducements in the discharge of their duties.
Sunday, a Professor of Mass Communication at the University of Lagos, gave the advice in Lagos on Sunday during the August meeting of Journalists For Christ, a faith-based professional association. He spoke on the topic, “My Newsroom to Classroom Story – Lessons and Opportunities.’’