|We No Go Gree O|
We No Go Gree O – A Strategic Research on Nigeria’s Shrinking Civic Space
|10-11-2021||Civic Space Strengthening|
|Artisanal and Small Scale Mining in Nigeria|
ASSESSING THE STATE OF ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE MINING IN NIGERIA
Focus on Plateau, Nasarawa, Ebonyi States and the
Federal Capital Territory
|02-08-2022||Equitable Resource Governance|
|Protecting Community Rights|
Protecting Community Rights – within the Institutional, Legal and Regulatory Framework for Mining Activities in Nigeria
This book attempts to address gaps in the promotion and protection of host community rights in Nigeria’s solid mineral industry. It provides an overview of the Nigerian institutional legal and regulatory framework on mineral extraction, its social, environmental and human rights impacts, and discusses the protection of community rights within this framework.
|22-03-2014||Access to Justice, Business & Human Rights, Equitable Resource Governance|
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|Promoting Climate Smart Mining in Nigeria|
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is one of many events that has had negative impacts on the global oil markets exposing the fragility and vulnerability of the Nigerian economy. This has prompted the Federal Government of Nigeria, to intensify its efforts of diversifying the Nigerian economy. One of such efforts is revamping the mining sector in order to attract foreign investments. Can Nigeria successfully pursue its mining ambition for economic growth in a socially and environmentally sustainable and responsible way with minimal impact on local host communities?
|12-08-2021||Equitable Resource Governance|
|Power at what cost?|
A Report on the Impact of Coal Mining and Coal Power Generation on Okobo and Itobe Communities of Kogi State
|12-10-2015||Business & Human Rights, Equitable Resource Governance|
This report has attempted to provide a narrative on the status of the extractive host community in Nigeria and at the same time proffered some recommendations. It is our hope that it will increase stakeholder knowledge and catalyze essential conversations with policymakers, and that legal and regulatory reforms will result from these conversations and improve the status of extractive host communities across Nigeria.
|01-04-2014||Equitable Resource Governance|
|Access to Remedy|
Learning module for civil society organizations in SubSaharan Africa on access to remedy for business-related human rights abuses: the broader system, and business-centered mechanisms.
|02-04-2013||Business & Human Rights|
How can civil society use the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights?
|19-11-2012||Business & Human Rights|
Introduction to extractive industry contracts, governance and human rights UN Principles for Responsible Contracts
|15-10-2012||Equitable Resource Governance|
This guide book lays out the program framework, recommended good practices and tools for Global Rights’ (GR) core program approach – Human Rights Capacity Building. This handbook should be seen as an evolving continuously refined set of applied knowledge and tools that animates, guides and documents this approach.
|12-04-2012||Business & Human Rights|
|Africa Regional Training workshop on Business and Human rights|
Africa Regional Training Workshop: Business & Human Rights
|11-04-2012||Business & Human Rights|