Interview with Hasfat Abiola
Human rights, civil rights and democracy activist Hafsat Abiola talks about the dynamics of privilege between Westerners and Africans within NGOs and academia, as well as her work leading the Women in Africa organization. She shares how her mother Kudirat Abiola, a democracy activist, and her father Chief Moshood Abiola, the uninaugurated president of Nigeria, instilled in her a commitment to African solidarity, women's rights and democratic governance. She also discusses the endSARS movement, police violence, COVID-19's effect on Nigeria, Nigeria's ongoing development, and the continuing fight for women's economic and political participation.
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Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security
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