Sami Steigmann Center Of Tolerance
Updated: Jun 4
In Lome, the capital of Togo, Ugoji Eze opened the Sami Steigmann Center of Tolerance. The children of Togo, Christians and Muslims, will learn about the Holocaust, anti-Semitism, and most importantly, how to live in peace.
Ugoji Adanma Eze, Esq., PhD , earned her law degree in London and is a barrister-at-law of the Honorable Society of Grays Inn, London. Barrister Eze is a fellow in entrepreneurship and chair of the Board of Advisors of the Entrepreneurship Center, Graduate School of Business, Touro College and University System. She is a skilled producer of events and programs at the United Nations Head Quarters in New York, who speaks on US National and Cybersecurity; Climate Change; Global Health; Water disasters; women in entrepreneurship and sustainable development.
Barrister Eze recently conceptualized and moderated a virtual High Level meeting at the United Nations, New York on: “ Building Back Better: Risk- Informed COVID -19 Recovery And Rehabilitation And Strengthening Resilience To Climate Change - Related Disasters In Africa And The Caribbean.”
A staunch Advocate for Antisemitism, Islamophobia and Related Intolerances, In 2014 she hosted at the United Nations in New York “Anti-Semitism: A Threat To International Peace And Security.”
Professor Ugoji Adanma Eze, Esq., PhD was a presenter at the April 2021 Picking Up The Pieces Pandemics Protests And The Future Of Public Service 2021 ASPA Annual Conference Online 2021. The Topic Of Presentation: Ethical Considerations Of Environmental Justice And Climate Change.
Professor Eze taught a virtual class in April 2021, on the Afro American History From 1865 – Present Class ; on Black Jewish Relations During and After the Civil Rights Era – Blacks And Jews : How Far Has Our Relationship Come Since We Walked Hand In Hand Across The Edmund Pettus Bridge? and also on the Role Of Black Women in the 2020 United States Elections- From Rosa Parks: Black Sisters Rising at The Borough Of Manhattan Community College- The City University Of New York System Ugoji Adanma Eze, Esq., PhD., is a leading counter terrorism expert providing analysis and information on the rise of terrorism globally and a noted national security analyst. Her areas of expertise are cybersecurity and global counter terrorism; International Human Rights Law; European Data and Privacy Law; International Criminal Law; and combatting anti-Semitism and related intolerance.
Barrister Eze is an author on national security her recent book is:” Reaffirming US Commitment To refugees A challenge To Security And Engagement ‘ and has written an article in the Journal of educational leadership and policy studies, Southern Connecticut State University, School of Education, Department of Educational Leadership and policy studies: “ Autism in Africa: The Critical Need For life Saving Awareness.”
Barrister Eze is a convener and an advocate – constantly rallying the Esther generation to be the hands and feet of God and to fight injustices around the world. She is a global leader and a tireless advocate for widows, the orphaned, and vulnerable women, children and youths in war zones.
Ugoji Adanma Eze, Esq., PhD, holds memberships in the following organizations: The Honorable Society of Grays Inn, London; the International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists, Israel; the European Affairs Committee of the New York City Bar Association; the New York City Bar Association, and the Counter- Terrorism Law and Policy Forum. Her work often has been recognized, including being designated Ambassador for Peace from the Universal Peace Federation, as well, she has received proclamations honoring her from the City Of Houston, Texas, Albany, New York, and from Congress.