Olamide Udoma-Ejorh is a researcher, writer and filmmaker. She is the managing director of Lagos Urban Network, an organisation that brings like-minded people together to advocate for a more inclusive, liveable and sustainable Lagos. She is also manager and editor at Future Lagos (Our Future Cities NPO). She started her career in PR and has worked in London, South Africa and Nigeria with various organisations, focussing on transport management, slum upgrading and housing rights in urbanising African cities. Currently based in Lagos, she is works to bridge the gap between communities and their environment.
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This session examines the relationship between play and protest, and how those creating playful interventions are responding to an increasingly political environment in which public space feels increasingly contested.