ANEEJ ‘BUSTED’ RAPE VIDEO SKIT – WATCH HERE

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Background Rape in Nigeria occurs along three levels of our educational institutions – the primary, secondary and the university. Rape is an aspect of corruption and human rights abuse against the weak and marginalized like women, young girls and sometimes children. ANEEJ video skit seeks to fight this problem through collaboration with security forces, educational institutions and […]

A VOICE FROM RAMAH FOR THE GIRL-CHILD

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Hardly a day goes by without a report from the print, electronic and social media on sexual assault against children. And so our hearts bleed. Most of us experience goose bumps and tears well up in our eyes. All of the time, I try to imagine the trauma forced sex will leave on the psyche […]

ANEEJ LAUDS DELSU OVER SACKING OF 6 RANDY LECTURERS

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Press Release 24th August, 2016 Benin City, Nigeria…The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ) has applauded the timely and bold decision of the authorities of the Delta State University, Abraka Delta State, for sacking six of its lecturers over their involvement in several offences including alleged sexual harassment of female students. Gender and […]

ANEEJ hails NASS public hearing on alleged attempted rape by lawmakers.

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Press Release 12th July, 2016. Benin City, Nigeria…The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, ANEEJ, is pleased to be a part of the ongoing public hearing being organised by the National Assembly, into the allegation of attempted rape leveled against three honourable members of the NASS who were on a leadership training programme in […]

Why is there so much rape in Nigeria today?

By Sandra Eguagie Rape is a conscious process of intimidation wherein perpetrators keep women and children especially, in a state of constant fear. Rape devalues the victim. It is a crime which stigmatizes the emotions, a crime of insult, oppression and revenge that needs to be punished because a rapist is a criminal and all […]

Alleged Sex Scandal: Produce Evidence against the Accused Lawmakers, ANEEJ Urges US Ambassador

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June 20, 2016 Press Release BENIN CITY— Amidst the controversy generated by the letter submitted to the leadership of the House of Representatives by the United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. James Entwisle against three members of the House Hons. Samuel Ikon, Mohammed Gololo, and Mark Gbillah for their alleged “act of soliciting for prostitutes, […]