This policy brief examines the emergence of civil society situation rooms with specific reference to elections in Nigeria. It highlights some of the key drawbacks associated with the multiplicity of situation rooms in the country, at a time that the collective voices of civil society is required in the struggle towards deepening electoral democracy in the Country.
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This policy brief highlights and reviews the findings of the various surveys conducted by Rule of Law and Empowerment Initiative, also known as Partners West Africa Nigeria (PWAN) in 2017 and 2018 on the implementation of the Administration of the Criminal Justice Act applicable to the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja and the respective Administration of Criminal Justice Laws in Lagos and Ondo...Read More
Gender-based violence (GBV) affects different demographic groups. The vulnerable groups in society (namely, women, children, youth, elderly and the physically challenged) are disproportionately affected. GBV has devastating consequences at social, economic, and personal levels because of the physical injuries, psycho social harm and general loss of productivity across different spheres....Read More