Contemporary Challenges of Gender Equality and Discrimination - Webinar
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Contemporary Challenges of Gender Equality and Discrimination

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Several intervention strategies have been implemented to ensure gender equality and women’s right over the years. However, gender inequality and discrimination against women are still endemic in most societies. The emergence of COVID-19 has exacerbated the existing inequalities and discrimination, thereby reversing the little gain made over time. The forms these challenges take are multi-dimensional. This paper hopes to contribute to the debate on the contemporary issues that hold the continual violation of the woman’s rights that both national and international laws seek to protect.

Webinar Title: Contemporary Challenges of Gender Equality and Discrimination

Objectives:

  • What is the concept of gender equality and discrimination?
  • What are the contemporary gender issues?
  • What can be done to improve gender equality?
  • What can be done to eliminate discrimination against women?

Speaker: Prof Audu Onyemocho, Lecturer/Consultant

Professor Onyemocho Audu attended Ahmadu Bello University Zaria from 1990-1998 and from 2005-2011 where he got his MBBS and FWACP-Community Medicine. He obtained a Master’s in Gender Studies from Benue State University, Makurdi in 2019. He has over 15 years of professional experience and expertise in reproductive health, gender, and rehabilitation medicine. As a lecturer, he trains both undergraduate and post-graduate medical professionals and as well offers consultancy services on community-based issues of public health importance. Through these services, he has developed several formidable research teams that have facilitated multidisciplinary approaches toward sustainable development in Nigeria and beyond.

Moderator: Prof S.A. Aderibigbe

Date: Tuesday, 8th of November 2022

Time: 15:00 Central Africa Time (GMT+2 / CAT)

Duration: 1 hour

CPD Points: 1