Mojisola Ogundiran achieved a broad education in History and Strategic Studies from University of Lagos. She's a growing international political analyst with ambition to work with United Nations Department of Political Affairs. As the founder of IR Digests- a blog site that produces detailed analysis on international relations' happenings- she is humbled to contribute to international relations in the most informative manner. If Ogundiran Mojisola is not writing about international relations or monitoring political trends, she's out there volunteering in campaigns for the protection of women.
Deutsche Welle’s newly-designed traineeship takes you around the world in just 18 months. Internships with the English and German editorial departments give you a chance to look into economic and cultural issues as well as news and sports. You’ll also be active in at least one of DW’s other broadcast language departments such as the […]
This is a call for internship with Afrika Youth Movement (AYM) for a period of 6 months as Newsletter manager. The role can be renewed based on performance and dedication. About AYM Afrika Youth Movement (AYM) is a pan-African, action-oriented, youth-led movement that strives for the participation, development and leadership of African youth to transform […]
The Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety is now accepting applications for the African Alliance Advocate training, which will be held in Nairobi, Kenya, in March 2018. The Global Alliance mobilizes and empowers NGOs from around the world to make roads safer for all and advocate for road victims’ rights. Following the Alliance Empowerment Program […]
The British Council, LIFT and Battersea Arts Centre have an opportunity for two West African artists currently living and working in Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal or Sierra Leone to join the New International Voices residency programme in London from 11-24 June, part of LIFT 2018. The programme, created by LIFT and BAC will support a new […]