Wole Soyinka Lecture Series honours one of Nigeria and Africa’s outstanding literary icons and enduring social justice/human rights activist: A Nobel Prize Winner, Professor Wole Soyinka.
It aims to promote good governance, social justice and democratic ideals in Nigeria and beyond.
18th Wole Soyinka Lecture: Imperatives of Building Strong Africa Democracies & Spurring Economic Development: “Frameworks in the New African Security Context” by Dr Robin Renee Sanders
The 18th Wole Soyinka Lecture
Distinguished Guest Lecturer: Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders
6th Wole Soyinka Lecture: The Question of Democracy in a Development Economy by Professor Eskor Toyo
The 6th Wole Soyinka Lecture
Distinguished Guest Lecturer: Professor Eskor Toyo
19th Wole Soyinka Lecture: Democracy, Good Governance and Development in Africa – The Need for Effective and Visionary Leadership: The Rwandan Example
The 19th Wole Soyinka Lecture
Distinguished Guest Lecturer: Ambassador Stanislas Kamanzi
20th Wole Soyinka Lecture: Nigerian State in the Aftermath of the Centenary: Prospects for its Indivisibility
The 20th Wole Soyinka Lecture
Keynote Speaker/Lecturer: Comrade Adams Aliu Oshiomhole