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|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||civic-space-strengthening|
|Artisanal and Small Scale Mining in Nigeria|
ASSESSING THE STATE OF ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE MINING IN NIGERIA
|02-08-2022||Equitable Resource Governance||equitable-resource-governance|
|Nigeria’s Shrinking Civic Space Report|
In a 2019 rating, Civicus demoted Nigeria’s rating from ‘Obstructed’ to ‘Repressed’. Fast forward to October 2021, this rating has remained repressed, and at several points within this gap, it has spiraled and oscillated nearer to ‘closed’.
|27-01-2022||Access to Justice, Business & Human Rights, Equality_Ethnicity and IDPs, Equitable Resource Governance, Governance, Security & Human Rights, Women's Rights||access-to-justice business-human-rights ethnicity-and-idps equitable-resource-governance governance security-human-rights womens-rights|
|Power At All Cost Report Publication|
Power At All Cost Report Publication
A Report on the Impact of Coal Mining and Coal Power Generation on Host Communities in Gombe State, Nigeria.
Nigeria has been at cross roads regarding its energy future for a while now. In order for the nation not to allow this crisis to go to waste, it must recognize and appreciate it as an opportunity to capture the high grounds of global advancements. It must use ‘what it has to get what it wants’, while maintaining a strategic contextual balance.
|Access to Justice, Business & Human Rights, Equitable Resource Governance, Governance||access-to-justice business-human-rights equitable-resource-governance governance|
|Preventing Atrocities Toolkit|
|Access to Justice, Business & Human Rights, Equality_Ethnicity and IDPs, Security & Human Rights||access-to-justice business-human-rights ethnicity-and-idps security-human-rights|
|Para-Legal Training Manual on Improving Women’s Access to Justice|
PARALEGAL TRAINING MANUAL on Improving Women’s Access to Justice in Northern Nigeria
The community-based paralegal movement came about in response to the need to promote and protect human rights and to provide greater access to justice in grass root communities, particularly for marginalized, less privileged, and poor residents. Paralegal services also promote greater accountability of the justice system. Through the services of community-based paralegals, legal aid and legal advice are made more widely available, especially to women living in rural communities.
|22-02-2019||Access to Justice, Equality_Ethnicity and IDPs, Women's Rights||access-to-justice ethnicity-and-idps womens-rights|
|Community Based Para-Legal Training Manual|
Where people do not have access to justice, they become more vulnerable to human right abuses. While it is the duty of governments to promote, protect and fulfill the rights for all citizens, citizens also have a correlating right and a duty to hold governments accountable to the fulfillment of this duty.
|Access to Justice, Business & Human Rights, Equality_Ethnicity and IDPs, Equitable Resource Governance, Security & Human Rights||access-to-justice business-human-rights ethnicity-and-idps equitable-resource-governance security-human-rights|
|Para-Legal Training Manual – Harmonised|
Paralegal training is no longer a new innovation in Nigeria with the training of paralegals by various Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) for upwards of fifteen years. Although paralegals have been trained for these long there has been no harmonized form of neither training nor training content to standardize the level of training being carried out by the various organizations involved in the training of paralegals nationwide.
|Access to Justice, Business & Human Rights||access-to-justice business-human-rights|
A Survivors Guide – What to do if you have been Sexually Assaulted
|22-02-2019||Access to Justice, Equality_Ethnicity and IDPs, Security & Human Rights, Women's Rights||access-to-justice ethnicity-and-idps security-human-rights womens-rights|
|SGBV Protocol Tool Pack|
SGBV Protocol Tool Pack
THIS TOOL-PACK BRINGS TOGETHER SEXUAL AND GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE PROTOCOLS, MATRICES, AND TOOL-KITS FOR IDENTIFIED RESPONSE INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA.
|Access to Justice, Equality_Ethnicity and IDPs, Security & Human Rights, Women's Rights||access-to-justice ethnicity-and-idps security-human-rights womens-rights|
|Regulatory Compliance Toolkit for NGO’s in Nigeria|
Regulatory Compliance Toolkit for NGO’s in Nigeria
|Access to Justice, Business & Human Rights, Equality_Ethnicity and IDPs, Equitable Resource Governance, Governance, Security & Human Rights, Women's Rights||access-to-justice business-human-rights ethnicity-and-idps equitable-resource-governance governance security-human-rights womens-rights|
|Protecting Community Rights|
Protecting Community Rights – within the Institutional, Legal and Regulatory Framework for Mining Activities in Nigeria
|22-03-2014||Access to Justice, Business & Human Rights, Equitable Resource Governance||access-to-justice business-human-rights equitable-resource-governance|
|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|
|Sexual & Gender Based Violence Response Tool-Pack|
SBVG Protocols, Matrices, and Tool-Kit
|A Guide to Surviving Sexual Violence|
Sexual violence usually involving varying forms of sexual acts carried out against you without your consent. Both males and females can be sexually violated, irrespective of age, class or status.
|Access to Justice, Security & Human Rights, Women's Rights||access-to-justice security-human-rights womens-rights|
This manual is specifically tailored to respond to the gaps identified in the 2009 study by Global Rights entitled “Assessment of women’s priority legal needs in Northern Nigeria” and is designed for community-based
|Access to Justice, Women's Rights||access-to-justice womens-rights|
|Community Based Paralegal Training Manual – 2021 Version|
The purpose of this paralegal training manual is to provide basic instructions and skills for would–be community-based paralegals in Northern Nigeria to offer legal first aid to victims of human rights violations. It took into cognizance the fact that accessing justice goes beyond access to the courts and law enforcement, it realizes that community-based from law enforcement agents and seeks redress where their rights have been abused.
|Access to Justice||access-to-justice|
|Mass Atrocities Casualties Tracking Report 2020|
Our tracking of casualties of conflicts, violent clashes and extrajudicial killings across Nigeria in 2020.
|22-02-2021||Security & Human Rights||security-human-rights|
|Mass Atrocities Casualties Tracking Report 2019|
Our tracking of casualties of conflicts, violent clashes and extrajudicial killings across Nigeria for 2019.
|11-02-2020||Security & Human Rights||security-human-rights|
|Roles of Women in Fueling and Countering Violent Extremism in North-East Nigeria|
Countering Violent Extremism in Northern-East Nigeria through the LEN OF WOMEN
|16-10-2017||Security & Human Rights||security-human-rights|
|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||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||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||business-human-rights|
How can civil society use the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights?
|19-11-2012||Business & Human Rights||business-human-rights|
Introduction to extractive industry contracts, governance and human rights UN Principles for Responsible Contracts
|15-10-2012||Equitable Resource Governance||equitable-resource-governance|
Lessons Learned from Global Right’s Community-Based Paralegal Services in Nigeria and Uganda
|04-04-2012||Access to Justice||access-to-justice|
|Global_Rights_Nigeria_Littafi_Na_1_ Hausa Language|
Littafin Horarwa Ga ‘Yan-Agajin Adalci Game Da
|25-04-2012||Access to Justice||access-to-justice|
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||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||business-human-rights|
|Reforming Marriage Contract Procedures to Promote Women’s Human Rights|
Thematic Working Group Recommendations from Morocco and Algeria
|Ethnicity and Human Rights in Uganda|
A Desk Study of Human Rights issues faced by Ethnic Minorities and Indigenous Groups
|02-04-2012||Equality_Ethnicity and IDPs||ethnicity-and-idps|
State of Human Rights in Northern Nigeria – Abridged version
|25-04-2011||Access to Justice||access-to-justice|
Challenges with addressing domestic violence in compliance with the Convention Against Torture 47th Session of the Committee Against Torture
|NGO-Drafted Bill on Violence against Women in Morocco Key Provisions|
NGO-Drafted Bill on Violence against Women in Morocco Key Provisions (English)
Facilitator’s Manual for Paralegal Training On Improving Women’s Access to Justice in Northern Nigeria
|13-08-2010||Access to Justice||access-to-justice|
Paralegal Toolkit – PUBLISHED AND PRINTED BY GLOBAL RIGHTS, NIGERIA – on Improving Women’s Access to Justice in Northern Nigeria
|13-04-2010||Access to Justice||access-to-justice|
Kansakalin Kariya A Shari’a Domin Nijeriya Ta Arewa
|12-04-2010||Access to Justice||access-to-justice|
PARALEGAL TRAINING MANUAL on Improving Women’s Access to Justice in Northern Nigeria
|06-04-2010||Access to Justice||access-to-justice|
|Easier Said Than Done|
An analysis of the regulatory framework and public policies affecting internally displaced and/or confined Afro-Colombians
|29-03-2010||Equality_Ethnicity and IDPs||ethnicity-and-idps|
Measuring Adherence to the Rule of Law around the World
|30-03-2009||Equality_Ethnicity and IDPs||ethnicity-and-idps|
|Living with Violence_Afghanistan|
A National Report on Domestic Abuse in Afghanistan
Facilitator’s Guide for Community Legal Education on Women’s Rights in India
|13-08-2007||Access to Justice||access-to-justice|
Promoting Women’s Human Rights – A Resource Guide for Litigating International Law in Domestic Courts
|04-04-2006||Access to Justice||access-to-justice|