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Spaces For Change

16 Jan
Leading Nigerian civil society and international experts have created scenarios that provide a map of possible future events in the country from now up to 2060, covering key sectors such as security, energy transition, agriculture
15 Oct
‘I do not regret having all daughters, I don’t miss having a biological son, they have been a blessing and a source of joy to me’, says Hannah Okoye, a retired schoolteacher.
23 Jul 2022
A Civil Society Organisation (CSO), Spaces for Change (S4C) has called on the Imo State government to ban the Ebubeagu security outfit and save the lives of residents.
29 Apr 2022
Following the carnage in Abezi forest, Mbahu community in Ohaji Egbema Local Council of Imo State, Spaces for Change (S4C) has called on the state and Federal Government to strengthen surveillance on oil communities and infrastructure.
14 Jul 2021
Spaces For Change (S4C) has called on governments to set the legal framework for information disclosure and community engagement processes in large-scale infrastructure projects.


11 mins ago
After 19 successful years, Christine Tröstrum will step down as project manager of Berlinale Talents in summer 2023. From then onwards, she will continue her position as managing partner at a consulting firm on a full time basis.
16 mins ago
Money or currency, which serves as, a measure of exchange for goods and services has not always been in form of paper or coins. In our various traditional societies, we had items and objects which served the purpose of money/currency.
19 mins ago
Dearest father, it is 20 years today since you left the shores of the earth. It was all so sudden. Nothing could have ever prepared us for it and we wished that we’d been given the chance to say good-bye.
19 mins ago
The National Universities Commission (NUC) has granted full accreditation to Trinity University in all its eight newly added courses. In a letter signed on behalf of Professor Abubakar Rasheed, Executive Secretary of the Commission by the Deputy Director Programme Accreditation..
24 mins ago
The Paramount Ruler of Iwoland, Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi, has named his new daughter after Olofin Adimula of Ile-Ife, Luwo Gbagida. Luwo Gbagida was the only female Olofin Adimula of Ile-Ife and the mother of Adekola Telu who founded the ancient city of Iwo.