Introducing myself and my journal: Educating as a Form of Security

Ewere Omumu
Posted September 7, 2012 from Nigeria

About Me: I am a Female Legal Practitioner working and living in Nigeria. I have being in practice for about three years. Topics such as Human rights, Armed Conflict and Military and Para Military Forums; and Humanitarian Law interest me. I want to speak out for those without voices and those that are weak. It is my believe that achieving world peace-security, rest and development, is dependent on the education of women, as they would train the children with what they have learnt. I also believe that joining this site would be an excellent way of sharpening my intellect and contributing to the world's development.

My Passions: I love analytical thinking, playing scrabble and chess, meeting people, literature, travelling and cooking.

My Challenges: Information.

My Vision for the Future: Educating women to bring about world peace-security, rest and development.

My Areas of Expertise: Criminal law, Human Rights Law, Humanitarian Law and Military and Para-Military Law.

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  • Jennifer Yi
    Nov 05, 2012
    Nov 05, 2012

    Hi Ewere Omumu,

    Welcome to the community!

    Wow! It sounds like you have a very rewarding career! I see that you practice both human rights law and IHL? I have heard that while HRL and IHL are complementary, they can be contradicting. What do you think? Where have you traveled to?

    Also, there are plenty of women here from Nigeria in particular that you might be interested in connecting with, and they're listed here:

    If you would like some additional tips on making the most of what our site has to offer I encourage you to look through our Getting Started Guide, available here:

    Thanks again for joining World Pulse.

    Warm wishes,