Since the 1990s, commercial motorcycle (Okada) illuminates everyday coping mechanisms of the struggling immigrants and the urban poor to earn a living against the vagaries of harsh economic realities.
Date: 12 mars 2012
Place: Drapper’s Hall, Institut d’Etudes Africaines, Université d’Ibadan
IFRA-Nigeria, in partnership with the Institute of African Studies and the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies of the University of Ibadan, organises a one-day conference on "The North Africa Arab Uprising : Implications and significance for the future?"
The French Institute for Research in Africa (IFRA-Nigeria) joins the family of Late Chukwuemeka Nwokedi and the Department of International Relations, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife to organize a day of Tributes and a Memorial Public Lecture to celebrate the scholarship and lifetime achievements of Professor Chukwuemeka Obunikem Nwokedi (1952-2001)
The Memorial Public Lecture will be presented by Prof. Daniel Bach*, CNRS, Emile Durkheim Centre for Comparative Political Science and Sociology, University of Bordeaux.
Topic: Rethinking Governance and Regionalism: Reflections on Nwokedi’s Contributions to the Intractable Issues of our Times.
IFRA-Nigeria, in collaboration with the Department of Political Science and the Institute of African Studies (IAS) of the University of Ibadan, present a 1-day conference/roundtable on “The 2011 General Elections: An Evaluation”
Date: September 9, 2011
Venue: Faculty of the Social Sciences
Time: 10am prompt
Exhibition: September 5–9, 2011(Museum, IAS)
IFRA-Nigeria, the Institute of African Studies of the University of Ibadan as well as CBAAC joined to organize the Africa Week from August 22-25, 2011 at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
IFRA-Nigeria is a partner to the Conference on British Foreign Policy in sub-Saharan Africa since 1957 organized by the Laboratoire de Recherche sur les Cultures Anglophones (LARCA) a research facility of the University of Paris Diderot.
IFRA-Nigeria will proudly be represented by Professor Olakunle A. Lawal, from the Department of History, University of Ibadan, who will make a presentation on Britain, Decolonization and the Construction of Nigerian Foreign Policy on the Eve of the Transfer of Power, 1958-1960.