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- faculteit der aard- en levenswetenschappen ( dep. environmental policy analysis )
- PhD Researcher
Olufolahan Osunmuyiwa (BSc International Relations, MSc International Relations) is currently a PhD researcher at the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM) at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Her research interests focus on Aligning Energy, Climate Change and Sustainable Development in Nigeria; A cross Road to Renewable Energy Policy. Her PhD research will examine the above thematic issues, vulnerability, adaptation capacity and implementation to climate change, food, security issues and multilevel governance with regards to the adoption of sustainable renewable energy Policy in Nigeria.
Prior to her arrival at IVM, Olufolahan was a research assistant at the International Centre at Eastern Mediterranean University, Northern Cyprus. Her MSc studies focused on Transnational Corporations and Corporate Responsibility: Environmental Law and Human Rights Damage in Nigeria. Her general research interests are renewable energy policy, environmental policy, Corporate Social Responsibility, Diplomatic Practice and International Law.
Within six years of multicultural experiences in International Affairs and Relations, I have built a reputation for quality expertise in CSR, Environmental management, Energy Policy, International Political Economics, International Law, Diplomatic Practice and Sustainable Development.
|2011||M.A International Relations (High Honors) at Eastern Mediterranean University, (EMU) Famagusta, Cyprus.|
|2006||B.Sc International Relations (Second Class Upper) Covenant University, (CU) Sango-Ota, Nigeria|
|2000||High School National Examination Council of Nigeria (O-Level) Ibogun Comprehensive High School, Ogun-State, Nigeria|
Professional employment history
|2012||Deputy Head, Business Development Unit at Boulevard D’e Invigoration|
|2012||Graduate Research Assistant at Eastern Mediterranean University, International Centre|
|2010||Columnist/Research Assistant, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Nigerian Tribune Newspaper|
The Libyan Uprising and the Diplomatic Responses of States and International Organizations.
TRIPS: A Tool of Efficiency for Innovation or an Obstacle to Equity in Intellectual Property and Access to HIV/AIDS Drugs in Africa?
Occupy Wall Street Protest, Causes, Impacts and Consequences in the International System.
World Order: The Role of Neoliberalism and Its Attendant Institutions in the Last Two Decades.
Membership advisory bodies
Member, British Council Nigeria 2008
Member, Taking it Global International 2007
Member, African Diaspora Youth Forum 2005-2007
Vice President, General Action Against the Violation of Human and Children Rights 2009
Transnational Corporations and Corporate Responsibility: Environmental Law and Human Rights Damage in Nigeria. This was in partial fulfilment of the award of Masters of Arts in International Relations (2012)
Non-Governmental Organizations and Street Children in Nigeria: A Case Study of Child-To-Child Network in Lagos (2005-2009). This was in partial fulfilment of the award of Bachelors of Science in International Relations (2010)