Our human rights work focuses on five programmatic areas: Documentation and Monitoring, Legal Representation, Advocacy and Security Protection, and Storytelling
We are engaged in an on-going documentation and monitoring of human rights violations that are reported to us
We are engaged in an on-going documentation and monitoring of human rights violations that are reported to us by individuals and partners in other parts of the country.
The media in any society is a barometer of how the society is thinking and the discourses shaping that society at any giving moment. So we take the media very seriously and monitor how they report and represent the lives of Nigerians. Our media monitoring allows us to design our programmes and policy advocacy using evidence-based research.
Through our in-house lawyer and a team of external lawyers, we provide pro-bono legal aid service to Nigerians.
We promote the equal rights of Nigerians through engagement at the national, regional and international human rights bodies.
We use storytelling as a tool to engage and educate the general public on issues relating to human rights in Nigeria.
We offer security and safety information to ensure that human rights violation and mob attacks are kept to a minimum.