EDUPEACE

Amusan, the amazing Amazon!

Away from the gloom of “the malady of the infinite”, as Emile Durkheim would once characterise the harsh reality and normlessness of our daily life in Nigeria, there was a bloom recently that ignited global att... Read More...

Politics and the antics of fanatics

Once described as “the forgotten brother of Mark Twain”, Ambrose Bierce was a fierce satirist who dominated his age with his creative and satirical pen. The most important legacy he left behind is his The Devil... Read More...

The enjoyment of contentment

“Enjoy your life” is the title of a book published in 2007 by Dr Muhammad Al-‘Areef of Saudi Arabia. The book was written after the author read Dane Carnegie’s globally acclaimed “How to win friends and influen... Read More...

The implication of peace education

Today, everywhere you look at is in turmoil. As humans who are less humane, we have unwittingly let the genie out of the bottle and now, "mere anarchy is loosened upon the world", as Y. B. Keats famously wrote ... Read More...

The Love of Power

That the world is in a terrible state is a statement that requires no proof; it is a stark reality. Many places that are not yet in flames are sitting on a keg of gun-powder with divisive rhetoric and verbal vi... Read More...

The spirit of forgiveness

Prof. Mahfouz A. Adedimeji  Appraising the Situation The world is now a dangerous place as a result of all kinds of atrocities being perpetrated by mean and evil people who are just a minority. However, i... Read More...

The grammar of conflict

As virtually everyone knows, grammar is the study of how words are used in language to form acceptable structures and sentences. It is about the body of rules guiding the use of language and word combination pr... Read More...

The language of peace

As humans, language is the essence and quintessence of our existence. There is hardly anything we can do or achieve without the instrumentality of language, the most remarkable characteristic that sets our spec... Read More...

Industry 4.0 versus Education 4.0

The previous Industrial Revolutions or Industry 1.0, Industry 2.0 and Industry 3.0 naturally served as a cumulative impetus to the evolution of the still emerging Fourth Industrial Revolution or Revolution 4.0.... Read More...

Hybridise education

The reality of the ‘new normal’ imposed by the Coronavirus pandemic, the new strain of which is causing a second wave of lockdowns and restrictions in the world, is a further proof that Nigerians cannot afford ... Read More...