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Discover our Resource Centre
Our Resource Center is now open, and makes available: academic litterature on Nigeria and West-Africa (new books available), a large number of grey litteratue and a digital Lab. Venue: IFRA-Nigeria, Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan. Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm.
In Support of Fariba Adelkhah's Release
Fariba Adelkhah and Roland Marchal are two internationally renowned researchers who were jailed in Tehran in June 2019. Roland Marchal was released on 20th of March 2020, while Fariba Adelkhah remains in prison. As other French research institutions, IFRA-Nigeria supports the release of Fariba Adelkhah.
'Nigerian Heritage Digitisation Programme'
In 2022, the Embassy of France in Nigeria and IFRA-Nigeria have been awarded funding to support efforts by Nigerian researchers and professionals, from partnered institutions, to develop their ideas and projects on the conservation of Nigerian Heritage and Patrimony.
Visiting Faculty Global Programme
Sciences Po is calling for outstanding applications for visiting faculty from around the world. In the 2023-2024 academic year, Sciences Po will open two visiting faculty positions in the social sciences or humanities, for up to a semester-long each (6-weeks minimum).
Call for applications: Peace and Security in Nigeria (PASiN)
NigeriaWatch, IFRA, and the Institute of African Studies have teamed to conduct a 5- days training (13-17 March 2023) workshop on the methodological challenges of violence studies in Nigeria.
Discover IFRA Nigeria Academic Publications