Communique

SECURITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS in Covid-19

SECURITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS in Covid-19

Delta Residents protest covid-19 lockdown extension On Wednesday 15th April, residents of Delta state met Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa’s extension of ...
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Virtual School Policy in Covid-19

Virtual School Policy in Covid-19

Virtual School Policy The Federal government directed that all schools (Primary, secondary and tertiary institutions) be shut down from 26th ...
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ACCESS TO JUSTICE in Covid-19

ACCESS TO JUSTICE in Covid-19

ACCESS TO JUSTICE COVID-19: High-Handedness of Law Enforcements Agents The Nigeria National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Wednesday 15th April ...
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BEYOND COVID-19: OTHER CHALLENGES

BEYOND COVID-19: OTHER CHALLENGES

Drop in the price of oil: Nigeria is faced with an existential crisis in view of the recent crashes in ...
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Turning The COVID-19 Tragedy into an Opportunity for a New Nigeria: 8 Essential steps

Turning The COVID-19 Tragedy into an Opportunity for a New Nigeria: 8 Essential steps

In a bid to project Nigeria towards a self-sufficient, modern and inclusive economy, the Governor of the Central Bank of ...
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Civic Space and Security in Covid-19

Civic Space and Security in Covid-19

Bi-Weekly Bulletin Wednesday 29th April, 2020 Published by the Secretariat of the Joint Action Civil Society Coalition (Nigeria Mourns) Introduction ...
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Mass Atrocities Casualties Tracking Report 2019

Mass Atrocities Casualties Tracking Report 2019

Our tracking of casualties of conflicts, violent clashes and extrajudicial killings across Nigeria for 2019 informs that at least Three ...
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Justice Not Conquest in the Southern Kaduna Killings

Justice Not Conquest in the Southern Kaduna Killings

“”Let justice be done though the heavens fall.” Press Statement For immediate Release                ...
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THE TILTED SCALES OF JUSTICE

THE TILTED SCALES OF JUSTICE

This week, Nigerians received news of the conviction by the High Court of Adamawa State five persons on charges of ...
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