Bernice Ngoba Abiola Adiele


This study investigated numerous aspects of the relationship between gender-based violence and education in Nigeria, as well as educational institutions' roles in reducing gender-based violence in the country. Violence against women, according to the article, is a long-standing issue that must be addressed. They manifest as traditions, norms, and religious practices that devalue women's standing; inhibit peace, progress, and the goal of equality. According to the paper's conclusion, governments and non-governmental organizations should fund and organize seminars to implement the Governments should educate women and girls about all types of violence against them under the act on the abolition of assaults on women and governments ought to condemn acts of violence against women without citing any tradition or religious reasons.


Impact, Education, Gender-Based Violence, Nigeria.

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