EEDEE-BARI NUAH BAWOH

Eedee-Bari Nuah Bawoh works as a Legal Practitioner with The Trusted Advisors. She is the Founder and Project Coordinator of “Voice to the Street” Foundation for street children empowerment projects which currently has reach in six states in Nigeria. She graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Lagos in 2017 and The Nigerian Law School in 2018. She is a member of The Nigerian Bar Association, an Associate Member, Institute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators and a Member and a member of the International Law Association. She is currently appointed Assistant Director of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization at the National Model United Nations 2020 conference. She served as the Assistant Director of the General Assembly, Third Committee at the NMUN Conference 2019, Deputy Secretary General of the Lagos model United Nations 2017 and Chair of Human Right council of the Lagos Model United Nations Conference 2016. She was a Delegate to the United Nation’s Headquarters New York; National model United Nation with an award of Distinguished Delegation (March 2016) and a Delegate to the United Nation’s Headquarters New York; National model United Nations with an award of Honorable Mention (March 2015).

She received several other awards including the famous prestigious Princess Diana Award (2019) and has been included in its “Roll of Honour”. She was nominated for “The legacy Award 2019”. She received the OKP – MA fellowship for Commercial Law at Erasmus University Rotterdam where she currently runs her Masters program in Commercial and Corporate Law. She received the Humanitarian Service Honorary Award for selfless contribution to empowerment of street children in 2018 and the Diamond Honorary Award for youth Empowerment and Leadership also in 2018.

Aside her growing career in the law profession, she is also passionate about performing art and has to her name several awards and recognitions. She is a tribe member of the Theatre Tribe Academy and her recent performances include “Smooth criminal” at Beard wood Theatre, Colfe’s School, London, United Kingdom (2014). She also earned a Certification of achievement in Music, dance and performance of “The Mikado” at the dance Africa stage school, Helen O’Grady Drama Academy, Cape Town, South Africa 2010. She is a major contributor in the production of an international performance “Martin Luther King Jr” at Helen O’Grady Drama Academy, Cape Town, South Africa (2009).  She is the author of the legal thesis “Doctrine of Necessity: Rethinking its Justification for extrajudicial Killings in Nigeria” which was published in (2018). She is a lover of poetry and has to her credit 230 poems with over 20 published and viewed on literary blogs and magazines nationally and internationally.