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The Unfinished Bridge Podcast

Author: Shehu Musa Yar'Adua Foundation

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17 Episodes
In this episode, Nnimmo Bassey and Ken Henshaw discuss how environmental pollution is affecting extractive communities and how these communities can organize to demand justice.
In this episode, Nnimmo Bassey and Father Edward Obi discuss why the structure and approach to resource governance in the Niger Delta causes disaffection in extractive communities.
In this episode Senator Ireti Kingibe offers a captivating glimpse into her political career and shares insights on addressing challenges facing women in politics.
“Nobody has taken Disability Inclusion as seriously as our Nigerian-based team”, Mr. John Palfrey, President, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
In this episode, Zainab Ibrahim and Godwin Oneacholem provided insights into the concept of whistleblowing and its implementation in the Nigerian context. They explored ways to safeguard whistleblowers and described how to blow the whistle anonymously using the CORA whistleblowing tool.
In this episode, Nafisa Atiku-Adejuwon and Chioma Agwuegbo gave insight into the realities of the Nigerian civic space, identified and addressed concerns, and explored solutions to safeguard the online civic space.
Mr. Nnimmo Bassey and Professor Sofiri Peterside explore the responsibilities of the private sector in climate resilience and discussed how they might collaborate with other stakeholders to mitigate the effects of climate change.
In this episode, Zainab Ibrahim and Emmanuel Ayogu discuss the effects of corruption and its impacts on the growing population of Persons with Disabilities. They also explore how discrimination against Persons with Disabilities in Nigeria makes them vulnerable to corruption.
Here, Zainab Ibrahim and Efua Elens-Edeh explored the role of Nigeria's civil society as a bridge between government and the citizens and discussed how the shrinking civic space is impeding civil society function in Nigeria.
In this episode, Mr. Olarenwaju Suraju and Professor Issah Sadiq Radha discussed the role of various government bodies in the fight against corruption and how their efforts can be more inclusive.
Culture of Silence

Culture of Silence


Kemi Okenyedo, Omowunmi Ogunrotimi, and Lewa Ejila discussed breaking the culture of silence as one of the enablers of sexual gender-based violence using technology.
In this episode, Mr. Nnimmo and Ms. Agbani discussed climate impacts on rural communities in the Niger Delta, particularly the Ogoniland. They proposed actions that communities experiencing similar impacts might take to promote climate resilience.
Mr. Nnimmo and Professor Nenibarini Zabbey talk about cultural challenges to understanding climate change in extractive communities and how to address them.
In this episode, Lanre Suraj and Dapo Olorunyomi discuss how to use publicly available information to drive transparency in accountability. They also discussed policies and legal frameworks that enable data-driven accountability.
In this episode, Kemi Okenyodo, Habiba Balogun and Awazi Angbalaga discuss safeguarding as an approach to addressing Gender Based Violence in tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
In this episode, Kemi Okenyodo and Professor Atsenuwa explain the concept of Gender Based Violence and unveil the cultural power asymmetries enabling it in Nigeria.
Abiodun Baiyewu and Nelson Olanipekun discuss how civil society organizations are working to strengthen and protect civil liberties in Nigeria's shrinking civic space.