Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Folasade Adefisayo to grace IA – Foundation 2021 Charity

02/03/2021 – by asdadminuser

Published on the African Voice Online on 22nd of February 2021 The annual charity event by the UK based IA – Foundation, with the aim to raise funds to help …

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Nigeria: We Need to Encourage Girls to Embrace STEM Subjects

20/02/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Wanjira Kamwere Published on 16th February 2021 It is evident by the significant investments into skills development and educational programmes that Microsoft believes in upskilling our youth to …

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Nigeria: Reopening of Schools After Covid-19 Closures – 11m Girls May Not Return in Nigeria

20/02/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Adesina Wahab Published on 14th February 2021 Over 11 million girls in low and middle income nations such as Nigeria may not return after the reopening of schools …

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Slave-built Infrastructure and Reparations

19/02/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Lindsey Tanner Published on 10th February 2021 The fact that centuries-old relics of slavery still support the economy of the United States suggests that reparations for slavery would need to go beyond …

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The Free Black University is here to change higher education as we know it

The Free Black University is here to change higher education as we know it

28/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

THE UNIVERSITY experience for a black student is incomparable to that of a white one’s.

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Education Trustee

24/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

We are seeking a Trustee with experience in the education sector and with working knowledge of providing education for students with Special Educational Needs. The provision of Education is a significant part of the service we offer and so having this expertise on board will be invaluable for the organisation.

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15 Things You Did Not Know about the History of Black People in London before 1948

15 Things You Did Not Know about the History of Black People in London before 1948

24/09/2020 – by ASD Admin

Black people came from all over Europe and Africa and settled in London where their presence is significant but little known. The presence of Africans in England dates back to at least the Roman period when African soldiers who served as part of the Roman army were stationed at Hadrian’s Wall during the 2nd century AD. Septimus Severus, the emperor who was born in Libya, spent his last three years in Britain before he died in York in 211AD.

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