According to the Belgrade Call to Action (2019), over six billion people are living in countries where there are serious constraints on civic space: the conditions are closed for civil society in 23 countries; civil society is highly repressed in 35 countries while civil society faces substantial legal and political obstacles in 53 countries.
Reinforcing the assertion that SDG16 underpins the entire 2030 Agenda and that SDG16 is linked with all other SDGs, CSCSD collaborates with other development actors and organizations in engaging on issues around Goal 16 of the SDGs which is to “promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.” Our member organizations are poised to think globally but act locally especially on the need to … read more
Minutes of Meeting of the CSCSD stakeholders on SDGs held on Friday, April 12, 2019, at Maria Ebun Foundation building CAFSO-WRAG for Development office, Atanda Estate of KLM 5 Ibadan-Ife Expressway, Adegbayi Area, Ibadan, Nigeria. Agenda Opening Prayer Welcome Address by the National Coordinator Apologies Reports from across the country on SDGs implementation process SDG Journal/Conference Planning for SDG 4 Education Summit/DAWN Commission HLPF 2019 Processes: Preparation towards VNR HLPF (report Moji) TAP Network support for Workshop around SDG 16 … read more
Civil Society Coalition on Sustainable Development (CSCSD) is a coalition of about 2,000 registered civil society and nongovernmental organizations committed to citizens’ empowerment, human rights protection, development and peace in Nigeria.
Illegal immigration is the migration of people across national borders in a way that violates the immigration laws of the destination country.There have been campaigns to discourage the use of the term ‘illegal immigrant’ in many countries since 2007, generally based on the argument that the act of immigration may be illegal in some cases, but the people themselves are not illegal.
Today’s occasion is significant for two reasons: the 3rd anniversary of the inception of Agenda 2030 and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals; and the push for the National Water Resources Bill before the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
DAWN Commission, Friday September 21 2018, held a strategic meeting with the Civil Society Coalition on Sustainable Development. The meeting focused majorly on how the two organisations could build a mutually rewarding relationship as well as foster partnership along the Commission’s activities on the Ease-of-Doing Business in the Western Region of Nigeria.
A paper delivered on the 15th of September, 2018 in observance of the United Nations International Day of Democracy under the theme, “Democracy under Strain: Solutions for a Changing World.” As organized by Centre for Leadership and Good Governance International in conjunction with NGM group, Held at the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ) press Centre, Iyaganku, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.
Agenda for the 1st Regional Policy Dialogue on Sustainable Development Goals by Civil Society Coalition on Sustainable Development (CSCSD), South-South Zone, Nigeria themed Strengthening Capacity of Civil Society to Localize, Monitor & #Act4SDGs to #StopAirPollution on 25th September, 2018