IFRA-Nigeria, in collaboration with the Alliance Française Ibadan, organised their first Café Science of 2021. The event, titled “Beyond Boko Haram : writing History of Borno, Nigeria” was facilitated by Dr Vincent Hiribarren (director of IFRA-Nigeria). The debate was held at the Alliance Française of Ibadan, on Tuesday 23rd of March from 6pm to 7:30pm. The event gathered about 30 people, friends and colleagues of University of Ibadan and from the Alliance Française of Ibadan.
IMPORTANT INFORMATON / UPDATE
In accordance with the latest government statement regarding measures to contain the COVID-19 virus, IFRA-Nigeria and the Alliance Française of Ibadan have decided to cancel the event : Cafe Science themed on “Religious, social and criminal groups in trafficking of Nigerian girls and women” which was supposed to be held on Friday 27th of March at 5pm.
Location: Alliance Française Ibadan, 7th Day Adventist Road, close to Magistrate Court, Iyaganku
Date: Thursday 13th of February - 5 to 7pm
IFRA-Nigeria, together with the Alliance Française Ibadan, organised their first Café Science of 2020. The event themed on “10 myths about violence in Nigeria” was facilitated by Prof. Marc Antoine Pérouse de Montclos (IRD) and Abiola Victoria Ayodokun (Nigeria Watch). The debate was held at the Alliance Française of Ibadan, on Thursday 13th of February from 5pm to 7pm. The event gathered about 50 people, friends and colleagues of University of Ibadan and from the Alliance Française of Ibadan.
Venue : Alliance Française/Mike Adenuga Centre, 9 Osborne Road, Ikoyi, Lagos
Date : June 29th 2019, 4pm to 7pm
On Saturday June 29, from 4pm to 7pm, IFRA-Nigeria organised the last event of the series on "Cities of the future, future of African cities" with the support of the Fonds d'Alembert and in partnership with the Institut Français du Nigéria, the French Ambassy and the new Alliance Française de Lagos/Mike Adenuga Center. This last event was organised as a roundtable on "Lagos, Afrofuturist city?".
The event featured screening of short-movies on Afro and Africanfuturism and cities, followed by a rich panel discussion.
IFRA-Nigeria organised two roundtables themed on “Gender of/in African cities” a the Institut Français du Nigeria in Abuja and at the Alliance Française/Mike Adenuga Centre in Lagos, in the frame of the series of events funded by the Fonds d’Alembert 2019, in partnership with the French Embassy in Nigeria and IFRA-Nigeria which focuses on “Futures of cities/cities of the future in Africa”. The two roundtables were held in Abuja on Tuesday 9th of April and then in Lagos on Saturday 13th.
IFRA-Nigeria, as part of a series of events funded by the Institut Français through the Fond d’Alembert, is co-organising two roundtables on “Gender in/of African cities”.
The roundtables will gather artists, activists, academics and urban actors in order to create spontaneous discussions on issues of gender in urban African contexts, starting from the case of Nigerian cities, notably Lagos and Abuja.
Friday 21st October 2016, Draper’s Hall, Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan
On Friday 21st October 2016, IFRA Nigeria organised a great round table about “Environment in Nigerian Megapolises. An Ibadan Perspective”, in collaboration with the Institut Français of Nigeria and the Institute of African Studies, within the University of Ibadan.
French Institute for Research in Africa (IFRA-Nigeria) in collaboration with the Department of International Relations, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and the Institute of African Studies (IAS), University of Ibadan present a roundtable on the theme “Nigeria as an Emerging Power?”