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Roseline Adewuyi

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Roseline Adewuyi
NationalityNigerian
EducationBachelor of Arts (BA), Obafemi Awolowo University; MA, University of Ibadan
Occupation(s)Social educator, Gender advocate and Blogger
Years active2014–present

Roseline Adebimpe Adewuyi is a Nigerian social educator, gender advocate and feminist.[1][2] In 2020, she was among the sixty women profiled by BusinessDay Women’s Hub in celebration of Nigeria’s 60th independence[3] and a 2018 fellow of Dalai Lama Fellowship[4] due to her work on the development of the girl child.[5][6]

Education

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Adewuyi is from Ogbomosho, Oyo State. She graduated with first class in French earning a Bachelor of Arts degree from Obafemi Awolowo University and Masters in Art with Distinction from the University of Ibadan.[7][8]

Career and activism

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Adewuyi's mission is building a complete, self-reliant girl child and helping the girl to break all sort of gender stereotypes.[9]

In 2018, Adewuyi started writing on her website each week highlighting issues around African girls and organizes regular school outreaches for girls in secondary schools, teaching them the skills they need as potential leaders.[10][11][12] National Youth Service corps served as the bedrock of her activism as she received an Award as a distinguished corps member in Kwara State due to her community development contributions during her service year.[13]

She has since been selected for fellowships and programmes in countries such as France, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Ghana, and the United States. Between 2019 and 2020, she was in the employ of the African Union, working as a French Translator and received recognitions including being a member of the Commonwealth Youth Gender Equality Network, ONE Champion, MCW fellow, the Dalai Lama Fellow, Award for Under 25 years of age Outstanding Social Innovator in Education by Ideation Hub Africa and represented Nigeria in France for the LabCitoyen Human Rights program sponsored by the French Embassy in Nigeria.[14][15] To mark Nigeria's 60th Independence Day celebration, she was listed as one of “The 60 Women Doing Phenomenal Things” by the Business Day Women’s Hub.[16]

In 2023, Adewuyi represented Nigeria at the United Nations Graduate Study Programme in Geneva, Switzerland due to her work as a French translator and NGO works.[17][18][19]

Publications

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She has more than 10 publications[20][21]

Selected publications

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  • LA CONCEPTION DU MARIAGE AFRICAIN : UNE LECTURE DE RIWAN OU LE CHEMIN DE SABLE PAR KEN BUGUL., March 2022. Roseline Adewuyi[22]
  • LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND EDUCATION FOR AFRICA'S TRANSFORMATION. Joseph Akanbi ADEWUYI, Lydia Aduke Adewuyi, Roseline Adewuyi. March 2022[23]
  • LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, CULTURE, MIGRATION AND NATIONAL COHESION: EPIPHANY IN AMINATA SOWFALL'S DOUCEUR DE BERCAIL : A MECHANISM FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE COMMUNITY. Ahmed Titilade, Roseline Adewuyi,. Jan 2021[24]
  • PROBLEMS OF LEARNING FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION AND UNIVERSITIES IN NIGERIA: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ENGLISH AND FRENCH LANGUAGES. Joseph Akanbi, Anthony Oladayo Bernard, Roseline Adewuyi,. Sep 2015[25]

References

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  1. ^ "Gender advocate, Roseline Adewuyi, celebrates three years of blogging". Tribune Online. 2021-09-01. Retrieved 2021-09-30.
  2. ^ NewsDirect (2022-04-15). "Education, key to gender-inclusive society — Roseline Adewuyi". Nigeriannewsdirectcom. Retrieved 2022-07-19.
  3. ^ "I teach young girls to discard society's scripts and follow their individual purpose —Roseline Adewuyi, social educator and gender advocate". Tribune Online. 2020-10-10. Retrieved 2021-09-30.
  4. ^ "DALAI LAMA FELLOWS". DALAI LAMA FELLOWS. Retrieved 2021-11-15.
  5. ^ "Adewuyi: Being gender advocate is not for the faint hearted". The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News. 2021-06-05. Retrieved 2021-09-30.
  6. ^ "Spotlight on France - France encourages new generation of global citizens through Labcitoyen programme". RFI. 2018-07-11. Retrieved 2021-09-30.
  7. ^ "#Interview | "My Advocacy Is Focused On Breaking Sterotypes" - Roseline Adewuyi". Women of Rubies. 2021-06-01. Retrieved 2021-09-30.
  8. ^ "Here Are All The Amazing Things Roseline Adewuyi Is Doing To Advocate For The Girl Child". Woman.NG. 2021-10-14. Retrieved 2021-11-15.
  9. ^ Crown, Adejola Adeyemi (2021-10-16). "Abandon Societal Constructs Inimical To Your Personal Growth - Gender Advocate, Roseline Adebimpe Adewuyi Enjoins Girl-Child". Tropic Reporters. Retrieved 2021-11-15.
  10. ^ "Roseline Adebimpe Adewuyi - Global Youth Ambassador April 2022". Theirworld. Retrieved 2022-07-19.
  11. ^ "INTERVIEW: Nigerian women must join forces to break biases limiting them, says Roseline Adewuyi". TheCable. 2022-03-08. Retrieved 2022-07-19.
  12. ^ "Gender advocate, Roseline Adewuyi, celebrates three years of blogging". Nigerian Tribune. 2021-09-01. Retrieved 2021-11-15.
  13. ^ "NYSC served as bedrock of my civic engagement journey ― Gender Advocate, Roseline Adewuyi". Vanguard News. 2022-02-07. Retrieved 2022-05-05.
  14. ^ "Roseline Adebimpe Adewuyi from Nigeria is OD Young Person of the Month for November 2021! | Opportunity Desk". 2021-11-05. Retrieved 2021-11-15.
  15. ^ "Roseline Adebimpe Adewuyi from Nigeria is OD Young Person of the Month for November 2021!". Ghanayo. 2021-11-05. Retrieved 2021-11-15.
  16. ^ "I teach young girls to discard society's scripts and follow their individual purpose —Roseline Adewuyi, social educator and gender advocate". Tribune Online. 2020-10-10. Retrieved 2021-11-15.
  17. ^ Okoye, Rita. "Why I'm representing Nigeria at UN Graduate Study Programme – Roseline Adewuyi". Vanguard. Retrieved 2023-10-14.
  18. ^ Admin. "Nigerian selected for United Nations graduate study programme". The Nations. Retrieved 2023-10-14.
  19. ^ Reporter, SETH NELSON Staff (2023-07-20). "Grad student represents Purdue and her country at United Nations". Purdue Exponent. Retrieved 2023-10-14.
  20. ^ "Roseline Adewuyi Publications".
  21. ^ "Adewuyi Roseline Adebimpe". scholar.google.com. Retrieved 2022-05-05.
  22. ^ "LA CONCEPTION DU MARIAGE AFRICAIN : UNE LECTURE DE RIWAN OU LE CHEMIN DE SABLE PAR KEN BUGUL". Research Gate.
  23. ^ "LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND EDUCATION FOR AFRICA'S TRANSFORMATION".
  24. ^ "LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, CULTURE, MIGRATION AND NATIONAL COHESION: EPIPHANY IN AMINATA SOWFALL'S DOUCEUR DE BERCAIL : A MECHANISM FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE COMMUNITY".
  25. ^ "PROBLEMS OF LEARNING FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION AND UNIVERSITIES IN NIGERIA: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ENGLISH AND FRENCH LANGUAGES".