Damilola Adegoke holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Philosophy and a Master of Science (MSc) degree Sociology from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He is a member of the International Sociological Association, Spain. He is a Research Fellow with the French International Institute in Africa (IFRA-Nigeria). He is an alumnus of Brown International Advanced Research Institute, Brown University, USA. Damilola has presented papers at seminars and conferences; in 2013 he presented a paper on Celebrating Cybercrimes: Using Music and the Media to Reinterpret Crime at the BIARI Theater & Civil Society Institute. He co-authored a course material on Correctional Process and Penal Philosophy for the National Open University and another on Culture for the Distance Learning Center of the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He is the founder and leader of the Change Movement Nigeria (a social and political movement), an initiative that saw to the translating the Nigerian Constitution into Indigenous Languages (starting with the Yoruba Language) with the aim of opening the political space for all.
- ICT for development
- Open budgeting and open governance
- Conflict and security issues
- Cyber warfare and cyber terrorism
- Protests and civic engagements
- Social media activism and theories of change