Abacha money is money for poor people – Aaron Bornstein

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Wednesday, 7th November 2019 – visiting World Bank Expert, Aaron Bornstein who is in Nigeria as a guest of the Africa Network for Environment & Economic Justice, ANEEJ, has said that the $322.5million returned Abacha loot returned to Nigeria by the Swiss government actually belongs to the Nigerian people. Mr Bornstein stated this via Skype […]

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ANEEJ completes inaugural Training of Young Anti-Corruption Activists

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BENIN CITY, NIGERIA. September 2, 2019… The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, ANEEJ has concluded its inaugural mentorship and training of eleven young anti-corruption activists and champions in the Niger Delta, at the ANEEJ Centre for Corruption Studies. In his closing remarks during their graduation, the ANEEJ Acting Executive Director, Mr. Leo Atakpu said […]

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ANEEJ Set to train Young Anti-Corruption Activists and Championships August 26-30.

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BENIN CITY,  NIGERIA. August 25, 2019… The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, ANEEJ Centre for Corruption Studies is set to undertake the first round of mentorship and training of young anti-corruption activists and champions in the Niger Delta. A statement issued in Benin City yesterday by ANEEJ and signed by its Acting Executive Director, Mr. Leo […]

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CONSULTANCY ON APPLYING SOCIAL NORMS IN ANTI-CORRUPTION PROGRAMMING: CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

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BACKGROUND The last couple of decades have witnessed increasing interest amongst policymakers, donor organisations and other stakeholders in the role of social norms and behavioural insights in addressing corruption.  Even though social norm-based approaches have long been applied in other areas to understand and modify behaviour, its recent application to corruption provides interesting insights and […]

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Democracy Day: ANEEJ Tasks 9th National Assembly on POCA, Other Anti-Corruption Bills

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Abuja Nigeria. June 12, 2019… The  Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, ANEEJ, has congratulated the new leadership of the Ninth National Assembly led by Senator  Ahmed Lawan and Rt. Hon Femi Gbajabiamila as well as all members of the Ninth  National Assembly , calling on them to  move quickly to resolve the logjam […]

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Links to MANTRA Resources

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https://aneej.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/MANTRA-Quarterly-Field-Report-1.pdf https://aneej.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/London-Anti-Corruption-copy-1-1.pdf https://aneej.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/ANEEJ-Assessment-of-Behavioral-Change-v4.pdf https://aneej.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Role-of-Citizens-in-the-implementation-of-CCT-ANEEJ.pdf https://mantra-acorn.com/article/breaking-new-grounds-nigerias-assets-recovery-and-management-efforts MANTRA Documentary:

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MANTRA MODEL: documentary on Field monitoring exercise and Use of MANTRA website.

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Background The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ) has been working on issues of assets recovery since 1996 and is the host of the MANTRA project and Nigerian Network on Stolen Asset(NNSA). MANTRA was designed to address issues of corruption within the broader objectives of the Anti-Corruption in Nigeria (ACORN) program of the […]

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SIGN POCA, MLA BILLS INTO LAW, …ANEEJ, MANTRA Partners Urge President Buhari

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Abuja, Nigeria. May 22, 2019… Leading Asset Recovery Campaign Organisation, the Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, ANEEJ has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to sign the Proceeds of Crime Bill and the Mutual Legal Assistance Bill into Law. In a statement issued yesterday, shortly after the National Assembly transmitted both  Bills to the President for […]

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Countdown: ANEEJ takes MANTRA to OGP Global Summit, Ottawa, Canada on May 31.

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Session Title: Asset Recovery in OGP: Peer-Learning on Recovery, Return, and Monitoring- Lessons from the Field Session Organizers: Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ) and MacArthur Foundation Session Format: Fishbowl MODERATOR: Patricia Adams, Executive Director, Probe International, Canada SPEAKERS Fatima Kanji, Research and Policy Manager, International State Crime Initiative (ISCI), UK David Ugolor, Executive Director, […]

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MONITORING REPORT OF THE UTILIZATION OF THE RECOVERED ABACHA FUNDS IN THE AUGUST SEPTEMBER 2018 PAYMENT

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Executive summary Corruption is a problem that hinders the development of Nations. In 2018 the global loss to corruption was estimated at US$ 3.6 trillion annually and $140 billion is reported to be stolen annually from Africa with Nigeria reported to have lost $40 billion in 2001-2010 (Africa Union/ECW Conference (2015). According to World Bank […]

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