OBE, Mrs. Ayo

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United Kingdom

As a member of the Transparency Task Force of Columbia University’s Initiative for Policy Dialogue, she contributed the chapter on Nigeria’s quest for freedom of information legislation to the C.U.P.’s recent publication The Right to Know.
Gender: Female
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Number of Female Children 1
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Partner, Ogunsola Shonibare; Chair, Board of Trustees, Goree Institute (Senegal); Trustee, Brussels-based International Crisis Group; Member, Board of the Centre for Law Enforcement Education (CLEEN); Member, Board of the Z.O. Dibiaezue Memorial Libraries; Member, Board of the Community-based Ajegunle Community Project in Lagos; Board, Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA)

Previous Appointments:

– Chair, Transition Monitoring Group, 1991-2001;

– President, Civil Liberties Organisation, 1995-2003;

– Representative, Nigerian Human Rights NGOs (on the country’s Police Service Commission) November, 2001-2006;

– Chair, Steering Committee of the World Movement for Democracy, 2004-April, 2008

University of Wales
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May 24, 1955
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