The Nigerian Tribune, the oldest surviving private newspaper in Nigeria has endorsed Africanrubiz’s Female Campus Gender Writing Competition. This came shortly after the Project Director, Association for the Advancement of Womanhood (AAWON) and initiator of Africanrubiz, Dr Kemi Wale-Olaitan and the Africanrubiz team paid a courtesy visit to the management of the African Newspapers of Nigeria (ANN) Plc, publishers of the Tribune titles, at the Imalefalafia, Oke-Ado, Ibadan, office. This endorsement according to the Managing…"Nigeria Tribune endorses Africanrubiz’s Female Campus Gender Writing Competition"
The Africanrubiz first female Campus Gender writing Competition is currently in its second stage with huge number of participants across all Campuses in Nigeria, Are you a female undergraduate and has passion for creative writing? this is your opportunity to hone your creative writing skills and as well be rewarded for your passion. To participate, visit: https://africanrubiz.org/campus-writers-competition/"Africanrubiz first female campus gender writing competition"
AfricanRubiz championed the course for the advancement of womanhood in Africa by participating actively at the just concluded International Women’s Day. The event saw dignitaries from all walks of life including business, Academia, cooperate world, politics etc. gathered to chart the course for support and inclusion of women in policy and decision making. This was imperative as the role of women in nation building cannot be overemphasized. Below are sights from the event:"Sights from the 2016 International Women Day"
5th Meeting of African Union Ministers Responsible for Gender and Women’s Affairs, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 8-14 May 2013 5th MEETING OF AFRICAN UNION MINISTERS RESPONSIBLE FOR GENDER AND WOMEN’S AFFAIRSTheme: “Agriculture and Food Security”INVITATION TO REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEDIA When : May 8th -14th 2013 Venue: New African Union Conference Centre- Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Who: Organized by the Directorate of Women, Gender and Development of the African Union Commission (AUC) Participants: The meeting…"5th Meeting of African Union Ministers Responsible for Gender and Women’s Affairs, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 8-14 May 2013"
Alicia Keys launches HIV campaign for women Alicia Keys, shown performing at one of the inaugural balls in January, has launched an initiative to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS among African-American women. You know her best as a multi-platinum recording artist and a 14-time Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter and producer. But Alicia Keys has also made quite a name for herself as a philanthropist and AIDS advocate. It was in 2003, on her first…"Alicia Keys launches HIV campaign for women"
WIE (Women: Inspiration & Enterprise) will hold its inaugural Symposium Africa from 5-7 May 2013 at the Lookout in Cape Town, in association with The Wellbeing Foundation. It will bring together female leaders from the worlds of politics, business, philanthropy, media, fashion, entertainment and the arts. WIE launched its first symposium in New York City in 2010. Its mission was to provide a platform for this generation’s women leaders to inspire and empower the next…"Women’s symposium unites business, art, politics"