Lois Auta (born 29 April 1980) is the founder and chief executive officer at the Cedar Seed Foundation, an organization that promotes the participation of women with disabilities into human rights based development in Nigeria. She focuses on inclusive legislation for people with disabilities.
- I want to implore those with disabilities to embrace their situation and believe in themselves that there is no stopping them, if they don’t hinder themselves with negative attitudes and self-pity.
- Advice to people with disabilities (14 August 2016)
- We want laws that can back us in our society and also help our children.
- Persons With Disability Want Quick Passage Of Bill (28 March 2017)
- We have the right to employment, health and education and we can do excellently well if we are supported, encouraged and equipped.
- We are first and foremost women before our various challenges. We are not our challenges, every woman has her own challenges some are physical while others are hidden, they are challenges all the same.
- WE ARE WOMEN TOO: A Case For Women With Disabilities -Lois Auta (12 March 2018)
- It is time we begin to think of strategies to ensure women inclusion in all levels of governance.
- Speaking at Women in Governance and Politics Conference 2020 (26 September 2020)