Spaces for Change (S4C) has raised the alarm over increasing authoritarianism in West African countries.
Leading Nigerian civil society and international experts have created scenarios that provide a map of possible future events in the country from now up to 2060, covering key sectors such as security, energy transition, agriculture
Advocates of green energy have been called upon to prioritise the involvement of communities in the green economy by creating spaces for healthy engagement to resolve concerns around inclusion, participation...
‘I do not regret having all daughters, I don’t miss having a biological son, they have been a blessing and a source of joy to me’, says Hannah Okoye, a retired schoolteacher.
23 Jul 2022
A Civil Society Organisation (CSO), Spaces for Change (S4C) has called on the Imo State government to ban the Ebubeagu security outfit and save the lives of residents.
29 Jun 2022
A Civil Society Organisation (CSO), SPACES for Change (S4C), has condemned the demolition of over 150 homes and property in Oke-Ira community, Lagos State.
13 May 2022
West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI) and Spaces for Change (S4C) have clarified that the Civil Society Resource Hub (CSR-Hub) was established to support civil society actors for better response to governance, regulatory, digital and operational challenges.
2 Mar 2022
Action Group on Free Civic Space (AGFCS) has warned against the rising misuse of security infrastructure to curtail civic freedom in Nigeria.
9 Dec 2021
Action Group on Free Civic Space (AGFCS) has condemned the misuse of digital technologies and security narratives on civil liberties, urging concerted effort to halt the trend.
20 Aug 2021
Spaces for Change (S4C) has urged the National Assembly to consider an amendment of the troubling sections of the Petroleum Industry Act (PIA) to reflect the true aspirations of the Nigerian people, especially host communities.
9 Apr 2021
Spaces for Change (S4C) has condemned reported oil spillages at Shell Petroleum Development Company’s (SPDC) facility in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State and Chevron flow station in Warri South-West Council of Delta State.
17 Sep 2020
A coalition of over 32 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) has urged the Federal Government to urgently review the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) 2020 and expunge areas that will impede development and people’s rights.