Improving the Effectiveness of Energy Interventions Through Gender Empowerment

SPACES FOR CHANGE joined energy researchers from across the globe at the annual meeting of the International Network on Gender and Sustainable Energy (Energia) held in Rwanda between October 20-27, 2018. The meeting brought together 35 energy experts comprising researchers from local and international research organizations, independent think-thanks, national statistical bodies, and members of Technical…

SPACES FOR CHANGE RELEASES RESEARCH REPORT

SPACES FOR CHANGE is launching its research report today, Monday, May 29, 2017. The research study, “Closing Spaces for Civil Society and Democratic Engagement in Nigeria“, examined in great depth, the factors triggering the governmental restriction of the popular spaces used for charitable activities, civil society activism and democratic engagement in Nigeria. The restrictions, usually…

Women, Violence and the Law

SPACES FOR CHANGE is conducting a research to understand why gender-based violence, especially those that occur in the home persists in Nigeria despite the plethora of laws and policies that are in place to address them.  Implemented under the auspices of a  a cross-cutting programme of policy research support for the United States-based Women’s Learning Partnership for…

Spaces for Change launches “Petro-Facts Nigeria” Campaign

Taking its digital advocacy around the energy sector reforms in Nigeria a step further, SPACES FOR CHANGE has launched an interactive visual data campaign called “Petro-Facts Nigeria”. The campaign uses a combination of bespoke graphics and imagery to provide critical information and visualize energy sector data in an easily-understandable form.   Petro-Facts Nigeria campaign flags the latest information on the projects and related activities…

Research on Urban Infrastructure-related Displacement Begins

SPACES FOR CHANGE is collaborating with the Bartlett Development Planning Unit of the University College London (UCL-DPU) to conduct a research that aims to better understand how engagement between civil society groups and planners in Nigerian cities can protect the interests of the poor in the context of urban infrastructure development. . This research project is part of the ‘Urbanisation Research…