Tunji Azeez is a Professor of Theatre, Film and Cultural Studies and Dean, School of Tourism, Film, Performing Arts and Cultural Studies at Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria.
LASU, ASTON PARTNER BAOBAB WOMEN HUMAN RIGHTS, HOLD CAPACITY BUILDING TRAINING FOR LASU STAFF, STUDENTS
THE Lagos State University has partnered with Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom, and the Baobab Human Rights Organisation, to hold capacity-building training for selected members of staff and students of the Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo Campus. The training, which was held on Monday, October 9, 2023, had facilitators such as Dr Olawunmi Oni-Buraimoh, Department
THE Lagos State University (LASU) in partnership with Aston University located in Birmingham, United Kingdom, on Friday, July 28, 2023, held a listening exercise on “Prevention of Sexual Violence in Lagos State Campuses” for students of Lagos State University of Science and Technology (LASUSTECH). The British Council-funded exercise was aimed at testing the consciousness of
THE Lagos State University, in collaboration with Aston University, Birmingham, UK, has held a British Council-funded listening session to get the opinions of selected staff and students of the Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo Campus, on issues relating to sexual violence and its prevention on the campus. The session, which was held on Monday, July
LASU/ASTON HOLD LISTENING EXERCISE SESSION WITH LASUED STAFF/STUDENTS ON BRITISH COUNCIL-FUNDED PROJECT
THE Lagos State University, in partnership with Aston University, Birmingham, has held a British Council-funded training session on sexual violence awareness for the students of the Lagos State University of Education (LASUED), Otto-Ijanikin campus. The event, which was held on Monday, July 10, 2023, had participants comprising staff from the Departments of Guidance and Counselling,
I have experienced sexual harassment in my school and in my class to be precise. I was one of my course mates that harassed me. That day, we sat side by side in class while a lecture was going on. Then, I noticed that in everything he did, he made sure his hand touched my
It happened when I needed a lecturer’s assistance in a course I borrowed by mistake. Then, the lecturer assisting me asked me to come to his office and he started touching me in an unholy manner. So, I had to excuse myself ! Unfortunately, I, failed the course because I refused his offer.
Dr Olawunmi Oni-Buraimoh is an Associate Professor in the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Lagos State University. Her research works are mostly in the areas of Pragmatics, African popular culture, Gender and Youth studies. In all, her research triangulates three separate fields of the humanistic sciences—Linguistics, Sociology and Cultural Studies. As an alumnus of
I want to share my experience on Emotional manipulation. I am someone who has low self esteem, really really low self-esteem and I don’t believe in myself at all.I’m also 17years old.These pieces of information may be useful in my narration. I met this guy on WhatsApp. He got my contact from a group and