Political and Governance Policy Research Department (PGPRD)
Omosefe Oyekanmi is a Research Fellow II in the Political and Governance Policy Department, Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, Ibadan, Nigeria. She is also an academic facilitator at the University of Ibadan Distance learning center. Omosefe is a laureate of the British Academy funded programme, Writing and Researching the Political Economy of Inequality in Africa (WARIA) cohort 2021. She is a prestigious scholar of the CODESRIA College of Mentors and Mentees (2019), and a Research Fellow at Ibadan School of Government and Public Policy (ISGPP). She holds an M.Sc. in Political Science and is currently enrolled for her Ph.D. in International Relations at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She is a peacebuilding practitioner and has published articles, cutting across humanitarianism, development, public policy, gender issues and international peace building. Some of her latest research publications include:
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Most Recent Publications
- Oyekanmi. O. (2022). Coroelitism. In Bangura, A. K. (ed.). Multidisciplinary Explorations of Corohysteria caused by the COVID-2019 pandemic. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group.
- Oyekanmi. O and Omotayo (2022). Peace and Conflict Studies. In Babatunde E. D and Bangura, A. K. (ed.). Great Books Written by Africans across the Academic Disciplines. Cambridge Scholars publishers. Newcastle, United Kingdom
- Simbine. A.T and Oyekanmi. O. (2022). Political Party Development and the Challenges of Federalism in Nigeria. In. Suberu. R.T, Okafor. C, and Roberts F.O.N. (ed.). Reflections on Nigeria’s federalism essays in honour of Professor S. A Benjamin. Pyla-Mak printing press Kaduna, Nigeria
- Oyekanmi. O. (2021). A political perspective. In Bangura, A. K. (ed.). Black Lives Matter vs. All Lives Matter: A Multidisciplinary Primer. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group.
- Oyekanmi. O and Pogoson. A.I (2021). National Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic and an Emerging New World Order In COVID-19 Pandemic: Perspectives on Impact and Emerging New Normals, Faculty of Social Science, UI, Ibadan.
- Erameh N, and Oyekanmi. O (2019). Atrocious Crimes and the Multifaceted Dilemma of Humanitarian Intervention in World Politics’, in Marchesseault J (eds),Humanitarianism: Global Issues, Challenges and Perspectives of the 21st Century, Nova Publishers, New York.
- Oyekanmi, O. (2022). Climate Change and Environmental Conflict in the Lake Chad Region. Jurnal Administrasi Publik (Public Administration Journal, 12(2), 270-279.
- Oyekanmi, O. and Adeyinka, P. A.(2022). Communication strategies for managing farmers/herders conflict in Oyo state. Nigerian Rural Sociological Association, 22(1): 61 - 67
- Oyekanmi. O and Pogoson. A.I (2021). Trends in Women’s Political Participation. Icheke Journal of the Faculty of Humanities. Vol 19. N0 1, 12(2), 270-279.
- Taiwo P.A, Owumi B.E and Oyekanmi. O. (2017), ‘Group Methodology and Women’s Access to Soft loans in Selected Microfinance Institutions in Edo State, Nigeria. African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social issues, Vol.20 No.2 2017, pg.201-21
Research Fellow II