Interview Questions for Dr. Tola Winjobi on SDGs

Interview Questions for Dr. Tola Winjobi on SDGs

*How long have you been involved in development work and advocacy; do you view the development process in Nigeria from a civil society and non-state actor perspective, or from an academic-theoretical approach, and can you mention just three of your landmark achievements in this area till date? Continue Reading


CSOs are Partnering Nigeria to Drive SDGs

COVER INTERVIEW (March 2018)

CSOs are partnering Nigeria to drive SDGs – David Tola Winjobi

Dr. David Tola Winjobi, National Coordinator, Civil Society Coalition on Sustainable Development (CSCSD) is a seasoned human rights activist, trainer of trainers, gender analyst, community development consultant, thoroughbred researcher, and conflict manager. Continue Reading


Press for Progress on the Rights and Political Participation of Women

“PRESS FOR PROGRESS ON THE RIGHTS AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN” BEING A PAPER PRESENTED BY D. TOLA WINJOBI (PHD) PRINCIPAL COORDINATOR, CAFSO-WRAG  FOR DEVELOPMENT AND NATIONAL COORDINATOR CIVIL SOCIETY COALITION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ON THE OCCASION OF THE CELEBRATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY (IWD) ORGANIZED BY THE CENTRE FOR LEADERSHIP AND GOOD GOVERNANCE INTERNATIONAL IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE NGM GROUP ON THURSDAY MARCH 8 2018 AT NUJ MILLENNIUM HALL, IYAGANKU, IBADAN, OYO STATE, NIGERIA Continue Reading





Harnessing the FoI Act for Transparency, Devt

Abimbola Akosile looks at the impact an effective implementation of the Freedom of Information Act can have on transparent governance and development in Nigeria, as spearheaded by a civil society organisation CAFSO-WRAG for Development, with support from the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA)

For twelve years, the Freedom of Information Act suffered setbacks from the legislators before it was passed into law in May 2011 by then President Goodluck Jonathan. Its major purpose is to guarantee citizens’ rights to information. Continue Reading