The Chairman/President – His Excellency, Senator (Gen) Ike Nwachukwu, mni, CFR, FIHSD
The Chairman/President – His Excellency, Senator (Gen) Ike Nwachukwu, mni, CFR, FIHSD
Vice-President – Prof. Mkpa A. Mkpa, FIHSD.
Vice-President – Prof. Mkpa A. Mkpa, FIHSD.
The Registrar, Prince (Hon.) Francis Origa, FIHSD
The Registrar, Prince (Hon.) Francis Origa, FIHSD
Very Special Guest of the Institute: Chief Emeka Anyaoku, CFR
Very Special Guest of the Institute: Chief Emeka Anyaoku, CFR
What the UN Said About IHSD

“On behalf of Dr. Carlos Lopes, the Assistant Secretary-General of United Nations andExecutive Director of United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) family Geneva and Nigeria, I congratulate IHSD. UNITAR is proud to be associated with the Institute for Humanitarian Studies and Social Development because of the commendable foresight of the Board of Trustees, Governing Council and Management of the Institute in setting up this ingenious initiative… “   – Dr LarryBoms, Head of UNITAR-Nigeria Office, August 12, 2010.

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