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Ifeanyi Prinuel ONYEONORU

Professor of Industrial Sociology

B.Sc., (Imo), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Ibadan)

 

Ifeanyi P. Onyeonoru holds a PhD in Industrial Sociology from the University of Ibadan.  His current research interests include labour, leadership and development, migration and globalization, state and social policy and peace work.  He is the current Director, Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Ibadan and the President, Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Practitioners Association (NASA).   Prof. Onyeonoru is a member of several other professional and research bodies – local and international including the International Sociological Association (ISA), Nigerian Industrial Relations Association (NIRA), Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM) (Chartered); Society for Peace Study and Practice (SPSP), the International Network for Higher Education in Africa (INHEA), Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) and the Centre for Research on Inequality, Human Security and Ethnicity (CRISE).  Prof. Onyeonoru is cited in the Who’s Who in Nigeria, 2003 and 2006 editions.

 

RESEARCH INTEREST

Industrial Sociology

 

CONTACT ADDRESS:

Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

[email protected];  [email protected];

 

 

Scholarships, Fellowships, Distinctions and Prizes:

 

Award of Excellence as the Most Resourceful Lecturer in the Department of Sociology, by the Nigerian Sociological and Anthropological Students Association 2012

 

Visiting Lecturer, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, July 30 – October 30, 2004.

 

British Council Visiting Scholar at the University of Ulster, in the INCORE, University of Ulster and Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, CEPACS, University of Ibadan Link Programme, 2003.

 

Winner, Worldwide Competition for Young Sociologists, 1994, (African Regional English 11 Jury) Organized by the International Sociological Association (ISA), an Award of Four-Year Free Membership of 1SA, and Free Registration for the 13th World Congress of Sociology in Bielefield, Germany, 18th-23rd July, 1994.

 

Best M.Sc, Research Project, Department of Sociology,  University of Ibadan, Nigeria. 1988.

 

Best B.Sc Research Project, Department of Sociology, Imo State University, Okigwe Nigeria 1986.

 

 

Membership of Professional and Learned Societies:

                i)             Member, International Sociological Association (ISA)

                ii)           Member, Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association (NASA)

  1. Member, Nigerian Industrial Relations Association (NIRA)
  2. Member, Nigerian Institute of Management (Chartered) (NIM)
  1. Member, Society for Peace Study and Practice (SPSP)
  2. Member, International Network for Higher Education in Africa (INHEA)

 

University-Wide And National Engagements

  1. Head, Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, August 1 to date.
  2. Visiting Professor (Sabbatical) Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Nigeria, 2015-2017.
  3. Dean, College of Business and Social Sciences, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Nigeria, 2017.
  4. President, Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Practitioners Association (NASA), 2012-2016.
  5. Chairman, Research Committee, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Nigeria, 2016.
  6. Deputy Chairman, Strategic Planning Committee, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Nigeria, 2016.
  7. Chair, Industrial Sociology Unit, Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Ibadan 2012-date.
  8. Member, Curriculum Committee, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Nigeria, 2016.
  9. Director, Center For Peace and Conflict Studies (CEPACS), University of Ibadan, 2009-14. 
  10. Chair, Curriculum Committee (Sub-Committee) on Credit Transfer in the University of Ibadan, 2009.
  11. Visiting Lecturer (Sabbatical) University of Lagos, Akoka, Nigeria 2006-2007.
  12. Chair, Library Committee, Faculty of the Social Sciences, 2007-2009
  13. Sub-Dean (Postgraduate), Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Ibadan, 2007 to 2009 
  14. Secretary General, Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association (NASA) 2000 to 2009.
  15. Co-ordinator, Master of Industrial and Personnel Relations Programme, 1998 to 2009.
  16. Associate Editor, Ibadan Journal of Social Sciences, 2005 to 2008
  17. Member, Committee on Expansion of Admission Requirements for Distance Learning Programme of University of Ibadan, 2005
  18. Member, Council Committee for the Establishment of Business School in the University of Ibadan, 2004-2005.
  19. Co-ordinator, Postgraduate Affairs, Center For Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, 2001– 2004.
  20. Member, Appointments, Promotions and Disciplinary Committee for Junior Staff 2003-2004

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keynote Speaker  

 

  1. 25th Annual National Congress of the Rural Sociological Association of Nigeria RUSAN, October 10, 2016 at Federal University Oye Ekiti.

Paper Read: Annual National Conference of Contemporary Issues in Peace and Conflict in Nigeria: Implications for Rural Development

 

  1. 16th Annual Kolagbodi Memorial Lecture held at the Banquet Hall, Lagos Travel Inn, 39 Toyin Street, Ikeja, November 29, 2012

Paper Read: The Challenge of Social Security and the Nigerian Trade Unions 

 

  1. Conference of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Practitioners Association, South East Region held at the Faculty of the Social Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria. November 20-23, 2008. Paper Read: “Africa and the Poverty Trap”.

 

 

Details of Publications                                                                                 

 

Books and Chapters in Books:

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. and Wole Atere (2017) (eds) Security and Society in Nigeria, University of Ibadan Press, Ibadan  (In print)

 

  1. Onyeonoru 1. P. and S. A. Omolawal  (2013) “Issues and Emerging Trends in Recruitment, Selection and Placement”, in  Ogumbameru O.A. 2013 Human Resource Management: Basic and Contemporary Issues. Warren Publishing Inc. Huntersville

 

  1. Onyeonoru I.P. (2012) “Gender Sensitive Trade Union Leadership: An Appraisal of Empowerment Strategy of the Nigeria Labour Congress”, in Afonja Simi, African Women’s Perspectives of Empowerment, Sineli Books, Texas USA. 

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P., S. A. Omolawal and Joshua T. A. (2012), “Culture and Work Values in Traditional Igbo and Yoruba Societies” in Jegede A.S. et al., Peoples and Cultures of Nigeria, Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan.

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2011) “International Labour Export and Remittances in The Philippines, Nepal And Nigeria” in Onyeonoru I. P. (2011), Globalization and the Labour Market, Michael Imoudu National Institute for Labour Studies, Ilorin.

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P., (2011), “Introduction” in Onyeonoru I. P. (2011) (ed) Globalization and the Labour Market, Michael Imoudu National Institute for Labour Studies, Ilorin. 

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P., (2010), “Challenges of Doing Sociology in a Globalizing South: Between Indigenization and Emergent Structures” in Burawoy Michael, Mau-Kuei Chang, and Michelle Fei-yu Hsieh, Facing An Unequal World: Challenges For A Global Sociology, Volume 1, Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica and Council of National Associations of the International Sociological Association, Sinica. 

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P., E. Taiwo and C. Chiagozie (2007) “Gender and Leadership of Market Associations: A Study of Bodija Market Ibadan, Nigeria” in Afonja Simi, (ed.) Beyond Our Imaginations: African Women’s Realities, Spectrum, Abuja.

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2006) “Human Capital in Nigerian Universities: the Presence of the Past and the Trust of the Future” in Kenny J., The Idea of a University, The Council For Research in Values and Philosophy, Washington D. C.  Chapter 11, (pp 31-63).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2006) “Social Interaction and Human Society” in Ogumbameru O.A. and Rotimi W, Man and His Social Environment: A Textbook of Sociology: Spectrum Abuja Cardinal Crest, Ibadan. (Chapter 7, pp 88-102).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2005), Industrial Sociology: An African Perspective, SAMLAD Press, Ibadan.

(110 pages).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2005) Industrial Conflicts in Historical Context: Evolution, Management and Transformation in Albert I. O. (ed).  Perspectives on Peace and Conflicts in Africa, John Archers Ibadan and Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2004) “Collective Bargaining in an Emerging Nigerian Democracy” in Adigun Agbaje, Larry Diamond and Ebere Onwudiwe, eds. Nigeria’s Struggle for Development and Good Governance: Festschrift For Oyeleye Oyediran, Ibadan University Press, Ibadan. (Chapter 11, pp 183-204).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P., (2003) “Social Insecurity and the Bakassi Boys Operation in Eastern Nigeria” in Laurent  Fourchard and Isaac Olawale Albert eds. Security, Crime and Segregation in West African Cities Since the 19th Century, KARTALA, Paris  (pp 369-383).

 

  1. Onyeonoru, I. P., (2002) “Anomie and Workplace Deviance: A Sociological Analysis of Bureaucratic Corruption in Nigeria”: in Uche Isiugo-Abanihe et. al. eds. Currents and Perspectives In Sociology, Malthouse, Lagos  (Chapter 17,  pp 325-345).

 

  1. Onyeonoru, I. P., (2002), “Bureaucracy and Postmodern Organization: A Critique”, in Uche Isiugo-Abanihe et. al eds.   Currents and Perspectives in Sociology, Malthouse, Lagos (Chapter 16, pp 300-324).

 

  1. Onyeonoru, I. P.  (2000) "Systems Approach and Complex Organization" in Ogumbameru O.A. and Oribabor P.E.  Introduction to Industrial Sociology 2nd ed. Obafemi Awolowo University Press, Ile Ife (Chapter 3, pp 29 -50).
  2. Onyeonoru I. P. (1995) “Industrial Sociology” in Agbonlahor F.I. and Olutayo A. O. Issues and Perspectives in Sociology, Sam Bookman, Ibadan (Ch .12, Pp 152-161)

 

  1. Onyeonoru, I. P. (1995) “Family and Work: Occupational Health of Housewives in Dual Career Families in Nigeria”, in Adewumi F. and Omololu F. (eds.) Death by Installment: Occupational Hazards in Nigeria, Fredrich Ebert Foundation, Lagos. (Chapter 6, pp 63-78)

 

  1. Onyeonoru I.P. (forthcoming) “Gender Sensitive Trade Union Leadership: An Appraisal of Empowerment Strategy of the Nigeria Labour Congress”, in Afonja Simi, Gender and Development, Spectrum, Abuja. 

 

Articles in Learned Journals

 

  1. Onyeonoru I.P., Ikedi O. and Taiwo P.A., (2016),  “Patterns and Reasons for Drug Abuse Among Undergraduate Students in Lagos State, Nigeria,”  African Journal for Psychological and Social Issues. Vol. 19, No. 2 (pp 28-41).

 

  1. Barnabas M. Suleiman, Ifeanyi P. Onyeonoru and Matthew E. Egharevba (2016), “Demagogues and the Challenge of Democratic Politics in Nigeria” International Scholarly and Scientific Research & Innovation Vol:9, No:9, 2015 (pp 3222-3226).

 

  1. Onyeonoru Ifeanyi P., and Nweke Joshua (2014) Non-Contributory Pension Scheme and Welfare of Retired Civil Servants in Ebonyi State, Nigeria The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol. 12, No. 1, June (pp 258-270).

 

  1. Onyeonoru Ifeanyi P., Matthew E. Egharevba and David Imhonopi (2013) Social Policy and the Retrenchment of the Welfare State in Nigeria: The Old and New Pension Schemes and Lessons From the Nordic Model, Developing Country Studies, Vol. 3, No. 10. (pp31-39).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P.  and A. T. Adeboyejo  (2007) A Multivariate Analysis of Adolescent Sexual Behaviour in South-Western Nigeria. Ife PsychologIA, An International Journal of Psychology in Africa Published by Ife Center for Psychological Studies, Vol. 15 No. 1.  (pp 52-76).    

 

  1. Onyeonoru 1. P. and K. Kester (2007) Social Dialogue Under Globalization in Nigeria: Does Democracy Add Value?  The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol. 5, 2007 (pp 23-35).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P., A. Adenugba and C. Chiagozie (2007) “Markets, Gender and Market Women: Coping Strategies of Traders in a Nigerian Market Place”, Nigerian Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 13, Issue 1.

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2007) “Social Policy and Social Protection in a Globalising World: A North-South Comparative Analysis”, Nigerian Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 13,  Issue 2.

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2006) “Social Dialogue and Labour Standards in the Pre-Democratic and Democratic Era in Nigeria” Nigerian Journal of Industrial Relations Vol. 10  Dec.  

 

  1. Adeboyejo A.T. and I. P. Onyeonoru (2005) “Aspects of Home Environment and Adolescent Sexual Behaviour in South Western Nigeria” African Population Studies, Journal of UAPS, Dakar, Senegal. Vol. 20 (pp 39-52).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I.P. (2004) “Globalization and Trade Union Resistance”, African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Vol. 7, Nos. 1&2, April And September (pp71-98).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2004), “Pull Factors in the Political Economy of International Commercial Sex Work in Nigeria” African Sociological Review Vol.  8, No. 2 Journal of the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Dakar, Senegal.  (pp115 -135).

 

  1. Adeboyejo A. T. and I. P. Onyeonoru (2003) “Residential Density and Adolescent Reproductive Health Problems in Western Nigeria” African Population Studies, No. 18. Vol. 1. 2003, Journal of  Union for African Population Studies, Dakar Senegal. (pp. 82-95).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2003)  “Push Factors in Girls’ Trafficking For International Commercial Sex Work and the Gender Implications: A Study of Benin, Edo State”  African Journal of  Peace and Conflict Studies Vol. 1. No. 1 Journal of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Ibadan.  (pp 118-139).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2003) “The State in Nigerian Social Development” Vol. 1. No.1. October 2003, Journal of the Faculty of the Social and Management Sciences, Adekunle Ajasin, University, Akungba, Nigeria (pp 145-168).  

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2003), “Globalization and Industrial Performance in Nigeria” Africa Development, Vol.  XXVIII Nos. 3 and 4, 2003, a Journal of the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Dakar, Senegal. (pp. 36-66).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. and A.E. Fayankinnu, (2001), “Working Mothers and Breastfeeding: Issues in Women’s Occupational Health” Nigerian Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 6,1, Nov. 2000, Vol. 6, 2, June 2001, (pp 133-142).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2001) “A Theoretical Diagnosis of Systems Contradiction in Industrial Relations ”Ife Social Science Review Vol. 19,  No1,  June 2001 (pp. 1-13).

 

  1.  Onyeonoru I. P., (2001) “Civil Society and Corruption: State Policing or Policing the State?” Nigerian Journal Of Psychology - Journal of the Nigerian Psychological Association Vol. 18, No. 2, July 2001, (pp 46-62).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. and A. Bankole  (2001) “Conflict Management and University Sustainability: The Role of Administrators and Campus Unions” Nigerian Journal of Social And Development Issues, Vol. 1, No1, June  (pp.107-117).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2001), “Globalization and Labour Migration: The Socio-Economic Context of  Nigeria Newbreed Commercial Sex Workers”, Journal of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association,  Vol. 2,  No. 1 October  (pp. 209-218).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. and F. Aborisade (2001), “Remote Causes of the Oil Worker’s 1994 Strike” Africa Development,  Vol. XXVI Nos. 3 and 4, 2001, a Journal of the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Dakar, Senegal. (pp. 43-65).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I .P., (2000), “The Political Question in Trade Unionism” African Journal  for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Vol. 5, Nos. 1&2, April And September (pp 110-126).

 

  1. Onyeonoru, I. P., (2001),  “Nature and Management of Student Conflicts in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions”,  ANNALS, Journal of the Social Science Academy of Nigeria, Number 12,  (pp 127-144).

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. and F. Aborisade (1998), “Labour Struggles Under Military Dictatorship: An Appraisal of the 1994 Oil Workers Strike”, Journal of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association”, Vols. I & 2. October (pp. 109-120).

 

  1. Onyeonoru, I. P., (1994), "Labour Migration and Rural Transformation in Nigeria" International Sociology, A Journal of the International Sociological Association (ISA) Madrid Spain. Volume 9, No. 2, June 1994. (pp 217-221).

 

Monograph and Technical Reports   

 

  1.  Onyeonoru I. P. (2004)  “University Autonomy and Cost Recovery Policies: Union Contestation and Sustainable University System” UNESCO, Paris.

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P. (2016) “Strengthening Caregiver Child Interaction: A qualitative review of parenting practice among care givers from selected communities of Benue and Edo States of Nigeria” Project Report Submitted to the Catholic Relief Services, Gwarinpa, Abuja   

 

  1. Onyeonoru I. P., (Principal Investigator) R. A. Okunola, A. Akinwale and S. A. Omolawal (2012) “Corruption in Low Places: Implications for Entrepreneurship Development in Ibadan”, Project of Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan Small Grants Programme.

 

  1. Babalola C, & I. P. Onyeonoru (2009), Project Report on Pharmaceutical Human Resources: A Nigerian Country Report, submitted to the World Health Organization, Geneva. 

 

Onyeonoru I. P. (2006) Project Report of a Study on Horizontal Inequality and Ethno-national Movements in Nigeria, Submitted to the Center for Research on Inequality, Human Security and Ethnicity, (CRISE) University of Oxford, United Kingdom.

 

Onyeonoru I.  P., (Principal Consultant), A. Aderinto and R. Okunola (2005) Study on Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on Child Labour on Cocoa Production and Commercial Agriculture in Ondo State, South-West Nigeria, Project of the International Labour Organization (ILO). 

 

Onyeonoru I.  P., (2002) “Labour–Government Conflicts Under Military Dictatorship in Nigeria: The Case of Academic Staff Union of Universities 1996 Strike” a Project Report Submitted to the French Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

Lebeau, Y., I. P. Onyeonoru and F. Ukah, (2001) “Science in Africa at the Dawn of the 21st Century”, Under the Leadership of Roland Waast and Jacques Gaillard, European Commission DG X11, IRD Paris, Nigeria Country Report.

 

 

Major Conferences Attended with Papers Read:

 

  1. International Conference on Research and Public Policy – a flagship event of the Partnership for African Social and Governance Research on the occasion of the Master of Research and Public Policy Week held at Sea Scape Hotel, Dar es salaam, Tanzania, from July 31st to August 2, 2017

 

  1. Federal Ministry of Labour/International Labour Organization (ILO) National Future of Work Dialogue, Held at the Reitz Continental Hotel, Central Business District Abuja, August 30, 2016.

Role Played: Chair of Session on Work and Society.

  1. 20th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Practitioners Association (NASA) Held at Kaduna State University, Kaduna, November 8-10, 2016.

 

  1. DAAD/UNESCO Conference on Strengthening Regional Cooperation in Quality Assurance in Central and West Africa, 15th-17th November, 2012, Dakar, Senegal.

 

  1. Conference on Humanitarian Education and Training, Geneva Switzerland, Organized by Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action, (CERAH) and Enhancing Learning and Research for Humanitarian Assistance (ELRHA), October 26-28, 2011.

 Paper Read: Challenges and Potentials of a Home Grown Masters in Humanitarian Study.

 

  1. Conference on Sustenance of Industrial Harmony in Nigeria: The Role of the National Industrial Court, December 4-5, 2007 at Royal Birds Hotel, Akure, Nigeria Organized by the Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity

Role Played: Chair, Session on the Sustenance of Industrial Harmony.

 

  1. International Sociological Association Research Committee 19 (RC 19) on  Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy at the University of Florence, Italy, September 6 – 8, 2007.  Paper Read: Social Policy and Social Protection in a Globalizing World: A North-South Comparative Analysis
  2. First Congress of the African Sociological Association (AFSA), at Rhodes University, Grahamstown-iRini, South Africa, July 15 – 18, 2007.  Paper Read: “Labour Market in the Context of Economic Sociology, Bringing Society Back to the Economy”. 

 

  1. Global Labour University Conference, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. April 1-3, 2007. Paper Read: “The Dictatorship of Neo-liberalism and the Nigerian Trade Union Movement’s Struggles for Inclusive Development”.  

 

  1. World Congress of Sociology, Organized by the International Sociological Association on the theme: “The Quality of Social Existence in a Globalizing World” Durban, South Africa, July 23 – 29, 2006. Paper Read: “Circular Migration and Poverty Alleviation in Developing Countries: A Comparative Study of Nepal, Philippines and Nigeria”.

 

  1. UNESCO Forum on Higher Education, Research and Knowledge Colloquium on Research and Higher Education Policy, ‘Knowledge, Access and Governance: Strategies for Change’ held in December 1-3, 2004, at Fontenoy, Paris France.  Paper Read:  “University Autonomy and Cost Recovery Policies: Union Contestation and Sustainable University System in Nigeria”

 

  1. Critical Tradition Colloquium, Rhodes University, South Africa at Eden Grove Red, Rhodes University, South Africa, October 19-21, 2004.

 

  1. South African Sociological Association Annual Congress on "Resistance, Reconstruction and Democracy in Postcolonial Africa" Durban, South Africa, June 29 - July 3, 2003. Paper Read: Trade Unions and Neo-liberal Reforms: Globalized Trends and Emergent Patterns.

 

  1. General Assembly of the Union of African Population Studies (UAPS) Held in Tunis, Tunisia, December 8-12, 2003. Paper Read: “Pull Factors Associated With the Trafficking of Nigerian Girls/Women for International Commercial Sex Work”.

 

  1. International Conference on Security, Segregation and Social Networks in West African Cities, 19th-20th Centuries, organized by the French Institute of African Studies (IFRA) at the University of Ibadan Conference Center, Nigeria, 29th-31st October, 2001. Paper Presented: “Social Insecurity and the Bakassi Boys Operation in Eastern Nigeria”.

 

  1. General Assembly of the Social Science Academy of Nigeria, Held at Abuja, Nigeria, July 4-7, 2001. Paper Read: “Conflict Management and University Sustainability: The Role of Administrators and Campus Unions”.   

 

  1. General Assembly of the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Dakar, Senegal, December 1998, Paper Read: “Labour Movement and the Democratization Process In Nigeria, The Oil Workers’ Strike 1994”.

 

 

  1. Thirteenth World Congress of Sociology, University of Bielefield, Germany, July 18-23, 1994, Paper Read: “Military Governance and Democratization: An Explanation of Unstable Democracy in Nigeria".

Major Workshops Attended (With Dates).

  1. Short Course in Master Grant Proposal Writing Organized by the University of Medical Sciences, Ondo City, Ondo State Nigeria, August 22-24, 2016.

 

  1. Workshop on Grantsmanship Organized by the Centre for Research and Development, University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria May 10 -12, 2016.

 

  1. Principal Consultant in the Facilitation of the Workshop on National Child Labour Inspection for Labour and Factory Inspectors On Their Role in The Elimination of Child Labour, Organized by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity, April 14-16 at the Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos and April 23-25 2015 at Onyx Hotel, Area 11, Abuja.

 

  1. Regional Workshop on Pharmaceutical Human Resources Assessment in Countries and Strategies to Improve Planning for the Sector, Organized by World Health Organization, Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria, November 9-11, 2009. 

 

  1. Workshop on Horizontal Inequality Organized by the Center for Research on Human Security and Ethnicity, University of Oxford, at the Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford, June 29-30, 2005.

 

  1. Fundraising Fundamentals funded by John D. Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation at the University of Ibadan, January 10-14, 2005. 

 

  1. Engendering Peace Studies Programme in Nigeria, Organized by the West African Network for Peace Building (WANEP)/Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, at the University of Ibadan Conference Center, June 27, 2003. 

 

  1. University-Industry Collaboration, Workshop funded by Mac Arthur Foundation at the International Institute of Agriculture (IITA) Ibadan, Nigeria, May 20-23, 2003.

 

  1. National Stakeholders Workshop on Clean Development Mechanism (CMD) and Investment Opportunities in Nigeria: Scheme For Project Design and Implementation to Attain Sustainable Development Benefits, Organized by the Nigerian Environmental Study/Action Team and Global Change Strategies International, Under the Auspices of Canada Nigeria Climate Change Capacity Development Project: Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and Federal Ministry of Environment, Abuja at Ibro Hotel, Abuja,  31st    March to 1st of April, 2003.

 

  1. Workshop on Designing of Training Modules on Gender Sensitivity and Sexuality in Schools, Organized by the Network for Gender Sensitive Educational Management in Africa (NEGSEMA)/UNICEF Nigeria, at Gateway Hotel, Ijebu Ode 17-24 July, 2002.

 

Workshop on Child Labour Organized by Social Science Academy of Nigeria/ ILO at Day Spring Hotel  Abuja, Nigeria,  September 14-15, 2002.