TRAINING FOR CSOs ON OGP AND UNCAC REVIEW MECHANISM ORGANIZED BY ANEEJ

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TRAINING FOR CSOs ON OGP AND UNCAC REVIEW MECHANISM ORGANIZED BY ANEEJ ON MARCH 29-30, 2017 AT THE GRAND IBRO HOTEL ANNEX, ABUJA BACKGROUND ANEEJ organized a 2-day training for selected Civil Society organizations from Wednesday 29th – Thursday 30th March, 2017. The workshop was designed to; Train participants on the concept of OGP and […]

NIGER DELTA – NEED FOR ALTERNATIVE STRATEGY.

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Niger Delta – Need for Alternative Strategy By David Ugolor The Niger Delta struggle is a common struggle for all the ethnic groups in the Niger Delta. It should therefore not take an individual ethnic coloration or assume any such toga. All the ethnic groups – Urhobo, Ogoni, Itsekeri, Isoko, Ijaw and others have been […]

ANEEJ TO TRAIN CSOs & JOURNALISTS ON OGP&UNCAC

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The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ) is currently implementing the “Civil Society Advocacy to Support Anti-Corruption in Nigeria (CASAN) project with support from UNDP under the EU founded 10th European Development Fund (EDF). The goal of the project is to enhance the capacity of CSOs and journalists to support anti-corruption effort of […]

FROM ADDIS TO ABUJA, ANEEJ SEEKS ASSET RECOVERY FRAME WORK.

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BACKGROUND: The purpose of the roundtable was to bring stakeholders together to chart a common road map in the asset recovery process. This was against a backdrop of an earlier meeting on asset recovery and management organized by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, UNODC, held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 14-16 February 2017 […]

BROTH FUR DIE WELT AFRICA HEAD VISITS ANEEJ.

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BACKGROUND  A scheduled visit from ANEEJ development partners – Bread for the World – took place from the 20th to the 23rd of February, 2017. The Bread for the World team was led by Mr. Reinhard Palm, head Africa unit, Mr. Jan Papiendieck – head of the West African unit and Mr Rainer Lang, head […]

THIS MOVE BY THE US CONGRESS IS GOOD FOR EXXON, BAD FOR EVERYONE ELSE.

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One of President Trump’s best tools to “drain the swamp” is under threat from his own side. A mere four days after he took office, Republican Congress members began attacking a key piece of anti-corruption legislation. This rule, the Cardin-Lugar provision (also known as Section 1504 of the Dodd-Frank Act), was a bipartisan effort to shield […]

ANEEJ CONTRIBUTES TO WORLD POLICY JOURNAL

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Background The World Policy Institute, cited by Foreign Policy magazine and the University of Pennsylvania as among the world’s leading think tanks, identifies critical emerging global issues in an interdependent world and gives voice to compelling new global perspectives and innovative policy solutions. A non-partisan source of global policy analysis and thought leadership for nearly […]

ANEEJ & 2016 GLOBAL SYNTHESIS REPORT

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  Background: The 2016 Global Synthesis Report is a prestigious document by the CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness, with Global Secretariat at 3/F IBON Centre, 114 Timog Avenue, Quezon City 1103, the Philippines. It is  produced with financial assistance of the Swedish International Development Cooperation(sida), the Department of Foreign Affairs-Ireland(IrishAid), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs […]

WHEN THERE IS NO TOILET…

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This report was published in www.nigeriansinameria.com and with TELL Magazine in 2008. Because the issues are still relevant today on World Toilet Day, 19th November 2016, we have decided to reproduce the article to complement that already written by Sandra Eguagie, programme Officer, ANEEJ. While most Nigerians, particularly in Lagos, Nigeria, from whatever social class […]