The Heinrich Böll Foundation Abuja Office hosted a discussion forum on feminist leadership in Nigeria that featured prominent women in leadership positions to articulate and create an understanding of what feminist leadership in Nigeria is about and should entail.
What is Feminist Leadership? - Heinrich Böll Stiftung Abuja OfficeWatch on YouTube
Asma'U Joda provides a unique perspective on the concept of feminist leadership and how it has fared in Nigeria over the years.
Feminist leadership is not just about women but a style that is inclusiveAsma'U Joda
FEMINISM: An alien concept in Africa? - Heinrich Böll Stiftung Abuja OfficeWatch on YouTube
Cynthia Mbamalu uses historical context to prove that feminist leadership and activism have always thrived in Nigeria over the past decades even during the post-colonial era.
Feminism is not alien to Africa, it has always been part of usCynthia Mbamalu
Creating Space for Feminist Leadership in Nigeria - Heinrich Böll Stiftung Abuja OfficeWatch on YouTube
Simi Olusola shares her experience as a young female political candidate and how she is using her influence to give younger women space to thrive politically and have a voice.
We need to create more spaces for young women in politicsSimi Olusola
Sharon Adetutu Omotoso
Understanding Feminist Perspectives - Heinrich Böll Stiftung Abuja OfficeWatch on YouTube
Sharon Adetutu Omotoso explains the importance of feminist perspectives in leadership across several sectors of our society.
Leadership is not complete without feminist perspectivesSharon Adetutu Omotoso
How I Started a Feminist Movement - Heinrich Böll Stiftung Abuja OfficeWatch on YouTube
Ireti Bakare Yusuf shares her experience starting the Purple Women Foundation, an organisation seeded by her desire to support the young Nigerian protestors at the start of the #EndSARS protests.
There is no point in being a feminist leader if you are not taking anyone else with youIreti Bakare-Yusuf