CSOs Hold Rally Against Killings in Nigeria

Dozens of youth on Wednesday gathered at the Unity Fountain in Abuja for a rally organised by a coalition of non-governmental and human right organisations against killings in Nigeria. Member groups of the coalition include Enough is Enough (EiE) Nigeria, Bring Back Our Girls Movement, Global Rights, Our Mumu Don Do, Centre for Democracy and […]

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Strengthening Citizens’ Resistance Against Prevalence of Corruption (SCRAP-C) project

Strengthening Citizens’ Resistance Against Prevalence of Corruption (SCRAP-C) project was an initiative of the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID), commenced a project called anti-corruption in Nigeria called ‘ACORN’. These have three pillars which include System, sanctions (government policies and society (Public sector involvement). The UK government wants to ambitiously contribute to the Nigerian […]

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Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) Round-Table Discussion on Good Governance and Elections

The National Orientation Agency (NOA) in collaboration with the Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) organised the second phase of the roundtable session with select Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to chart a course on ways to promote good governance, ensure a free, credible and peaceful elections in Ekiti, Osun and the general elections in 2019. […]

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One-Day Stakeholders’ Dialogue on the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) Movement

Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) in partnership with Partnership for African Social and Governance  Research (PASGR) held a one-day stakeholders workshop on the study conducted about the BBOG movement. The event which was held at Sheraton Hotel in Abuja commenced at 10.30am with a welcome address from both Prof Tade Aina of Pasgr and […]

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