Innocent Chukwuma
“So when I got the Reebok International Human Rights award in 1998, I decided the prize money could be used to address the missing element in the mainstream human rights agitation. That missing element was the supply side of justice because we have focused a lot on making demands on state institutions. We expected them to be accountable without addressing the question of whether or not they had the capacity to respond to the demands that the communities were making on them”
Special Anniversary Publication
 
Book Donation to Institutions
Welcome Address
Response by the Beneficiaries
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Video
 
Public Lecture
Welcome Address
Lecture
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Formal Opening of CLEEN FOUNDATION RESOURE CENTRE
Welcome Address
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"CLEEN is adept at translating abstract human rights concepts into everyday matters of justice, human dignity, and professional ethics-and in making the Nigerian Police Force a partner in reform. It seeks to constructively engage the police in dialogue to both advance human rights and their own effectiveness. It is also helping to bridge the mutual suspicion that human rights advocates and the police hold toward each other. CLEEN's quarterly journal on human rights, Law Enforcement Review, is widely read by both police officials and advocates. CLEEN has become a trusted ambassador because it is able to work within the system and not simply agitate from the outside." -MacAuthur Foundation

 
 
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