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Pamela Okoroigwe

14 Dec
As the world celebrates the International Human Rights Day, Legal Defence and Assistance Project (LEDAP) has urged the Nigerian Government to advance human rights by ensuring equality of all Nigerians in dignity and rights.
29 May 2018
Buoyed by the desire to reduce the incidences of torturing suspects in Nigeria, the Legal Defence Assistance Project (LEDAP) has commenced the training of police officers in Lagos.The training, which is in partnership with the United Nations Democracy Funds (UNDF) and National Committee Against Torture (NCAT) is christened, ‘Community Mobilization Against Tortured’.  

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