School of Ecology / International Convergence (Fresh water + Marine Protected areas (MPA))

Uyo Uyo

The School of Ecology (SoE) is a part of HOMEF’s IKIKE, a knowledge space for the interrogation of concepts, policies and actions on various issues, ranging from environmental/climate justice, agriculture, re-source governance and overall socio-ecological transformation. Ikike anchors on our reasoning power, our intellect and our rights. This SoE session will review threats to the marine ecosystem and […]

FishNet Alliance Community Dialogue/Monitoring training

Uyo/Ibeno

FishNet Alliance is a movement of fishers and processors who are opposed to destructive extractive activities in marine ecosystems. Members are grassroots climate actors and eco defenders. This Dialogue will serve as a platform for examining ecological challenges, networking and knowledge sharing.

School of Ecology — Climate & Power Alternatives

Port Harcout Port Harcourt

The School of Ecology (SoE) is a part of HOMEF’s IKIKE, a knowledge space for the interrogation of concepts, policies and actions on various issues, ranging from environmental/climate justice, agriculture, re-source governance and overall socio-ecological transformation. Ikike anchors on our reasoning power, our intellect and our rights. This SoE will interrogate power alternatives in the context of climate […]

Rights Livelihood Lecture

Port Harcout Port Harcourt

Over the past six years, HOMEF and the University of Port Harcourt have hosted the highly seminal Right Livelihood Lecture in the Right Livelihood College Campus (RLC) at the University of Port Harcourt. The RLC currently has 9 campuses spread across the world with two in Africa – the University of Addis Ababa and the […]

School of Ecology – Blue Economy Blues + Marine Protected areas (MPA)

Lagos Lagos

This SoE will examine the concept of Blue Economy and its implications for local livelihoods, environmental quality and inclusive decision making and Re-Source Democracy. The session will also review threats to marine ecosystems and examine ways of monitoring and protecting them.

School of Ecology and Convergence on Freshwater Ecosystems

On 8-9 June 2020 we will be hosting a session of School of Ecology on Freshwater Ecosystems which will review threats to aquatic ecosystems and examine ways of monitoring and protecting them. The session will consider the importance of Marine Protected Areas in our country and region. Speakers include: Prof. Gabriel Umoh (Nigeria), Ako Amadi […]

Right Livelihood Lecture (Webinar) 2020

Climate Change and Energy Alternatives Speaker René Ngongo (RLA 2009) Biologist, Environmentalist, Activist. Rapporteur, Economic and Social Council, DRC 19 June 2020, 11:00 WAT    Host: Dr Gladys Worlu Ag. Director, Centre for Conflicts and Gender Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria Chief Host: Prof Regina Ogali Ag. Vice Chancellor, University of Port Harcourt Register here: https://bit.ly/3czFiAr […]

School of Ecology on Climate and Power Alternatives

The second session of our School of Ecology for the year will hold on 22-23 June and will focus on Climate and Power Alternatives. This session will interrogate power alternatives in the context of climate change and the persistent dependence on fossil fuels, bringing up alternatives to fossil fuels and inspiring communities to see themselves […]

School of Ecology on Climate and Power Alternatives

The second session of our School of Ecology for the year will hold on 22-23 June and will focus on Climate and Power Alternatives. This session will interrogate power alternatives in the context of climate change and the persistent dependence on fossil fuels, bringing up alternatives to fossil fuels and inspiring communities to see themselves […]