The work of CORN – West Africa is made possible by the support of our partners. We have received funding and technical support from extraordinary organisations that are committed to the mission of the Network. Here are some of them. If you’d like to support our work or partner on a project, please send us an email at [email protected] 

The Centre of African Studies at the University of Edinburgh is a world leading centre for the study of Africa. The Centre for African Studies funded a grant for the maiden CORN-West Africa Workshop at Lagos State University, Nigeria through its Catalyst Fellowship Initiative funded by the Scottish Funding Council. The maiden workshop allow emerging scholars based in Nigeria to build new networks and research collaborations beyond their home institutions. 

USIP is an independent institution devoted to the nonviolent prevention and mitigation of deadly conflict. USIP is supporting CORN West Africa’s efforts to create an online portal that will facilitate cross-border collaboration between scholars based in countries across West Africa. The online portal gives members the opportunity to connect with other members, share their published works, develop new research groups, organize online writing and methodology workshops and organize online webinars to disseminate preliminary findings from ongoing research.

The Conversation Africa is a news and analysis website which is a collaboration between academics and journalists. The Conversation Africa works closely with academics to make their research assessable to wider audience. The Conversation Africa is providing media support to scholars affiliated with CORN West Africa.

Lagos State University provided institutional support to the inaugural workshop of CORN – West Africa. 

Niger Delta University provided institutional support to the inaugural workshop of CORN – West Africa.