IFRA Funding for DATA COLLECTION on Covid-19 in Nigeria
The emergence of Covid-19 late 2019, and its subsequent spread all over the globe, have challenged both stable and fragile States, have endangered, even the strongest economies and transformed all societies. In Nigeria, the virus has, very early on, been considered as a serious threat, and the governments, State administrations and civil society actors warned citizens and put in place measures to avoid its spread.
Subject: Languages of the Benue Valley Nigeria, Linguistic documentation and grammatical analysis: PhD Student, CNRS, Paris, France
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Web Address: http://llacan.vjf.cnrs.fr/
IFRA-Nigeria is the official Nigerian partner of Erasmus + mobility grant for an exchange with Sciences Po Paris, a unique opportunity for Nigerian students to pursue a semester of exchange within a Master degree at Sciences Po in France. The Erasmus + program will sponsor one student to integrate one of Sciences Po many Master programs such as Law, International Affairs, Urban Studies or Management and Innovation for the fall semester of 2020/2021.
IFRA-Nigeria’s support the release of our colleague Fariba Adelkhah . Roland Marchal was released on March 20 but Fariba Adelkhah is still detained in Iran.
We join the CNRS in its demand for the immediate release of the researcher detained in Iran.
KUJUA, the Journal of the African Studies Students’ Association (Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan) is calling for abstract for the 1st edition of its online academic journal.
The University of Aix-Marseilles and its peer-reviewed journal of AMU research centre on Anglophone Studies (LERMA), E-rea, is dedicating a special issue to contemporary creation in English-speaking African countries in the frame of the Africa 2020 season on the theme of "Artistic, Digital, and Political Creation"