Nigeria‘s problem is hydra-head just like Goal 16 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Goal 16 speaks to access to justice. Do we have justice in the land where a number four contestant at the governorship election becomes number one in Imo State?
It is fitting to affirm that the sustainable Development Goals presents a wholesomeopportunity to better the lot of the impoverished across the world in a clearly defined manner.
IN THE PRESS: SHRINKING CIVIC SPACE IN NIGERIA Governments: Take concrete steps to reverse trends of shrinking and closing civic spaces in Nigeria, By Tola Winjobi Stop intimidating #EndSARS promoters, supporters, group tells FG Fight Insurgency and Stop Intimidating #EndSARS Frontliners and Supporters – CSCSD Blasphemy: Court frees 13-year-old, orders retrial of musician sentenced to death Communique Issued by Participants at the end of a One-Day National Multi stakeholders Workshop on Shrinking and Close Civic Space in Nigeria For the … read more
Between Monday 27 and Tuesday 28, January 2020, there was a Civil Society Retreat organized by the OSSAP-SDGs at Reiz Continental Hotel Abuja. Apart from paper presentations, there was an election that ushered in the new leadership of Civil Society Strategy Group on SDGs in Nigeria. It should be recalled that the first Civil Society Strategy Group on SDGs was organized under the auspices of OSIWA in November 2015 supported by Action Campaign but there has been some lull in … read more