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2 Aug
Akwa Ibom Human Rights Community has said that with the recent precedent set through the imprisonment of the human rights lawyer, Inibehe Effiong, advocates may end up becoming victims
5 Jul
Federal Government has held training for police personnel across the geopolitical zones on human rights, rights of the police, and conflict management.
3 Jun
A group, Youth and Students Advocates for Development Initiative, (YSAD), has expressed worry over the increasing and unabated cases of extortion, brutality and other forms of human rights
17 Apr
Silent heroes of social justice across Africa have been honoured at the recently concluded third Community and Human Rights (CAHR) Awards in Lagos. The CAHR awards, which honours individuals
8 Jan
Basma bint Saud, 57, a royal family member long seen as a proponent of women's rights and a constitutional monarchy,
27 Dec 2021
NDLEA chairman, retired Brig.-Gen. Buba Marwa on Monday in Abuja mourned the iconic anti-apartheid activist, Archbishop Emeritus, Desmond Tutu, who died
16 Nov 2021
Lagos lawyer and human rights activist, Chief Malcolm Omirhobo, has sued the Federal Government and five others for allegedly denying lawyers and litigants access to the court during Kanu’s trial.
21 Aug 2021
Sexual harassment in Nigeria continues to be a prevalent public health issue and a violation of human rights, as workplace sexual harassment remains a major challenge to informal
12 Aug 2021
The manifestation of Nigeria’s crisis of the state is by no means-ending soon. The reasons are not too far to seek: they include impunity in the running of the affairs of the country
2 Aug 2021
The reported remark by Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Wang Wenbin at the just concluded 47th session of the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council, calling on Western countries to reflect deeply on their own human rights abuse.....
16 Jul 2021
Leaders from different human rights organisations and Islamic bodies have called on the United Nations to go beyond condemnation and take all necessary steps to stop Israel from its continued illegal occupation
30 Jun 2021
Iran's use of the death penalty for crimes committed as minors does not mean it violates human rights, a senior Iranian official has insisted to AFP in response to UN criticism.

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President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday received the new President of the ECOWAS Commission and his Management Team, telling them the kind of sub-regional body West African leaders desire and must have.
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