Oghenechovwen Oghenekevwe is an 18-year-old undergraduate at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. A former Intern at Green Campus Initiative and alumnus of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization and Athabasca University course in Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue, he serves on the Special Interest Group of the Commonwealth Youth Council and World Oceans Day Youth Advisory Council, where he provides unique ideas and recommendations to help indigenous youth engage their communities with advocacy and research initiatives. Oghenekevwe contributes stories on gender representation and stereotyping in the media, environment, rural sanitation, health, and social actions to YourCommonwealth, Astute Radio UK, Voices of Youth and the Huffington Post.

  

Articles:

Leaving Gendered Violence Behind For Sustainable And Inclusive Development

Development, millennia’s and sex-disaggregated data: taking on water risks in Northeastern Nigeria

Getting to Educational Equity: Q & A with Victoria Ibiwoye