IYANDA Rachael Oluseye

IYANDA Rachael Oluseye, PhD

Lecturer I

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into management and consultancy, or an educational planning or development role, this is the best degree for you.


Racheal holds a PhD in Political Science (specialization) Peace and Conflict Studies from Babcock University one of the first private University with an excellent track record in Nigeria and her M.A from the University of Ibadan. Her interest cut-crossed spheres, however, she is passionate about gender studies with a concentration on women and girl-child. Her dissertation titled “Linking the phenomenon of human trafficking and human security: a comparative study of the Gambia and Nigeria was one of the best studies for the year 2014. Thus, for the last three years, she engages in advocacy and volunteerism at every slightest opportunity and a technical partner to a community-based development organization for violence against women and other forms of abuses. She is a researcher and educator. She also engages in coaching advocacy, public speaking and mentoring.


  • PhD, Political Science (specialization) Peace and Conflict Studies, Babcock University, 2014
  • Masters of Arts (MA), Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Ibadan, 2010
  • Masters of Arts (MA) Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Ibadan, 2010


  • Youth Unemployment and Human Trafficking in Nigeria and The Gambia. The role of Human Security provisioning. Global Journal of Political Science and Administration. Vol. 2, No 3, PP 11-22 September 2014, Pgs 11-2
  • Globalization and Rising Human Trafficking in Nigeria. Kuwait Chapter of Arabian Journal of Business & Management Review. 2015 Issue Vol. 5 (5), Pp. 17 – 31.
  • Community Perceptions of, and Participation in Policy Formulation and Implementation on Human Trafficking in Nigeria. Babcock Journal of History and International Studies. Vol. 3 (1) pp. 76-93
  • Culture of Silence and Gender Development in Nigeria in Gender Knowledge in Africa and the African Diaspora: Contesting History and Power, (Eds) Toyin Falola & Olajumoke Haliso, London: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group
  • Pentecostals, Conflict and Peace in Africa. In Pentecostalism and Politics in Africa. Adeshina Afolayan, Olajumoke Yacob-Haliso, Toyin Falola eds. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 303-319.
  • Women as Agents of Peace During the Civil Wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone, 1989- 2005 in David Alao, (ed.) in Issues in conflict, Peace and Governance, Ibadan: Fodnab Ventures. Pg 223-238
  • Amnesty and Disarmament in Niger Delta. Prospects for Conflict Peace Building in 
 Nigeria's Most Conflict torn Sub- Region in MartinLeiner, Maria Palme, Peggy Stockner (Eds.) Germany: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht GmbH & Co. pgs. 79-88
  • 1999 Constitution and Gender Analysis of Elective and Appointive Positions in Ronke Iyabowale Ako-Nai (ed). Gender and Power Relation in Nigeria. New York, Lexington Books
  • Security Challenges in Election Management in Nigeria: An Overview. In Lai Olurode and Attahiru Jega (Eds). Security Challenges of Election Management. Nigeria Independent National Electoral Commission and Friedrich Ebert Stiffung, Nigeria, Abuja
  • Globalization and Rising Human Trafficking in Nigeria. .Kuwait Chapter of Arabian Journal of Business & Management Review. 2015 Issue Vol. 5 (5), Pp. 17 – 31.
  • Collaborative governance regime and the Responsive Governance in Ogun State: A Study of Ogun State Council of Elders. Singaporean Journal of Business Economics & Management Studies. Vol 3 (6), pp 65 – 78.
  • Interrogating the Nexus between Globalization and Terrorism in Nigeria. Research Academy of Social Sciences, Studies on Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol. 3, No 2, 2015, 71-86
  • The Nexus between Narcotic Drugs Trafficking Syndication and Other Associate Crime. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development. Vol. 3 issue 11. 2014.
  • Greater Women participation in decision-making and governance of Ogun State, Nigeria: A Bottom-Up Approach. The International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol. 3, Issue 7. Pp. 445 – 452.
  • The colonial Imprint on Ethnicity in Africa: Contemporary Legacies. In Contemporary Humanities, Vol 4, (12), 2010 Pp109-121


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