The HRDA Chronicles is out with a new episode. This time, the spotlight is on David Nnanna Ikpo, a 2016 graduate of the LLM/MPHIL in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa. In this feature, you will get to discover how David is trying to make the world better with the stroke of his pen and through his recently published novel - Fimi Sile Forever 

The HRDA Chronicles is a periodic video production aimed at highlighting the extraordinary contributions being made by alumni of the HRDA Masters programme towards the promotion and protection of human rights. Previous episodes have featured Maushami Chetty - the Co-Founder of Novate Legal and Melanie Smuts - the CEO and Founder of Streetlight Schools.
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