Worried over the high rate of child abuse in the state, a Non-Governmental Organisation in Nasarawa State, Centre For Women, Youth and Community Action (NACWYCA), has appealed to the state government
Nigeria adopted the Child’s Rights Act in 2003, giving a nod to both the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and the African Charter on the Rights
5 Jun 2021
It is common knowledge that children are the leaders of tomorrow. Therefore, every decision that will be made by parents, guardians, caregivers, government and the society at large, children must be of primary concern.
6 Feb 2021
The Kano State Executive Council has approved and amended the proposed bill on Child Rights (protection) Act 2010 to reflect the position of Sharia on all sections of the Child Rights Act (CRA) 2003.
28 Jul 2020
The issue of rape in Nigeria has to be considered from the root. VAPPA has only been domesticated in 11 states and when you add the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja, you have 12.
23 Feb 2020
Stakeholders, including child rights activists, sociologists, lawyers and clerics have identified major factors behind the rising cases of incest in the country.
5 Oct 2019
“I am a normal journalist. But my journalism is different. The key things I look at when I do my journalism are to name, shame, and jail. My job entails getting hard-hitting evidence.
27 May 2018
A child is any young person below 18 years. Every child is unique and deserves to be respected, protected and celebrated. On the 20th of November, 1989, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. This was done to improve the quality of life of children worldwide,…