US GOVERNMENT TO PARLEY ANEEJ ON ANTI-CORRUPTION STRATEGIES.

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25th May, 2017 During the meeting, we would be interested in hearing about your (ANEEJ) organizations strategy to support the Anti-Corruption fight of the present administration and to determine how the U.S. Government can support those efforts. Benin City, Nigeria…The Anti-Corruption Senior Desk Officer State Department Bureau of African Affairs (International Narcotics and Law Enforcement […]

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POLICE BRUTALITY: ANEEJ LAUDS OBASEKI INVESTIGATIONS, RECOMMENDS CSO INVOLVEMENT

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ANEEJ ENDORSES NDDC/UK MoU PACT, INSISTS ON OPEN BUDGETS IN NDIs

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Press Release 17th May, 2017                   ANEEJ ENDORSES NDDC/UK MoU PACT, INSISTS ON OPEN BUDGETS IN NDIs With the signing of more partnerships like this one by the NDDC and the UK to improve on the ability of the NDDC to deliver on its mandate, we are […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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ANEEJ STRIVES FOR DEPARTMENT ON GOOD GOVERNANCE WITH BIU.

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Background: In most institutions of government, officials usually make errors which are often blamed on ignorance of the processes of governance. Some say that Nigeria’s democracy is ‘nascent’ and therefore a learning process wherein a lot of man hour and resources are expended and therefore there is waste. When most roads for instance are constructed, […]

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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 […]

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SUMMARY OF PRESENTATIONS AT ANEEJ CASAN MEET.

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Background The ANEEJ Civil Society Advocacy to Support Anti-Corruption in Nigeria CASAN was borne out of a well-wrought plan to deepen CSO and media involvement and support for the Federal Government’s Anti-Corruption project. Key questions which assisted with the formulation of the hypothesis behind CASAN include the following: how can CSOs galvanize stakeholders from the […]

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CSOs SEEK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND EXISTING PROJECTS IN THE NIGER DELTA

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17th January, 2017 Abuja, Nigeria…As the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osibanjo, leads high-level delegations of the Federal Government to the Niger Delta region to interact with leaders and representatives of some oil-producing communities in Delta, Bayelsa and Rivers, as part of effort to address the Niger Delta crisis, the undersigned Civil Society Organisations consider it […]

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HOW DO-NO-HARM MITIGATES SECTARIAN VIOLENCE

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  A Premium Times report by Joshua Olufemi and Richard Akinwumi, published on November 16, 2015 showed that despite spending an unprecedented N1.488 trillion on armaments between 2011 and 2014, the coefficient of correlation between military spending and death toll caused by violence is +0.54. According to the Nigeria Security Tracker, deaths caused by crime and violence in […]

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