PREVENTING SEXUAL VIOLENCE ON UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITIES IN LAGOS STATE
Gender based violence such as sexual violence is a strong indication of societal justice issues in a given society. With this project, we aim to map, measure and solve (in the long run) problems with sexual violence on university campuses in Nigeria. Sexual violence is an integral part of gender-based violence and occurs in higher education institutions regardless of the statuses of the women involved.
The success of the project hopes to contribute to impact women by empowering them so that they can be independent individually and end the culture of silence.
Prof. Hannah BartlettAssociate Pro Vice-Chancellor for Diversity & Inclusion Aston University, UK
Principal Lead, UK
Dr. Olawunmi Oni-Buraimoh
Associate Professor of English, Lagos State University, Nigeria
Lead Researcher, Nigeria