Knowledge and Skills
Sharon Oladiji is a Child protection Specilaist with UNICEF, Nigeria. She employs a combination of dynamism, reinforced partnerships and strategic approaches on birth registration programming and has capacity to work with multi - sectoral partners. This has led to massive increase in the number of children registered in Nigeria. Principally, between January 2011 and November 2020 over 40 million under-5 children have been registered in Nigeria under the birth registration programme.
Child Protection Specialist
She provides technical advice and assistance to government’s officials and other partners in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Child Protection Programmes. She facilitates several training programmes, organized by the UN, for government, CSOs and other UNICEF’s bilateral partners on planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of child protection programmes and projects including birth registration.
University of South Africa
The study provides a brief overview of the most important legal instruments in the international, regional and national framework on the development and promotion of children’s rights. Basically, it examines the continuous and pervasive violation of children’s rights despite the progressive instruments that have been adopted to ensure the proper and effective realization of these rights. It focuses on three different countries in Africa: South Africa, Ethiopia and Nigeria.
Nigeria Law School
General Law Practice, majoring in the finer aspects of legal jurisprudence judicial reviews, alternative dispute resolution, mediations, contract law, commercial law, investigative advocacy and research.