EkitiDecides2018 improved security, 49,997 deployed security personnel unjustifiable
06 Aug
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EkitiDecides2018 improved security, 49,997 deployed security personnel unjustifiable

The European Union (EU) through its Democratic Governance in Nigeria supports CLEEN Foundation to implement Mitigating Electoral Violence in Nigeria Towards 2019 General Elections project. In pursuit of the mandate, CLEEN Foundation trained and deployed 43 observers across the 16 LGAs in Ekiti state to monitor the conduct of security personnel during the governorship election […]

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06 Aug
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Hate speech, drug abuse electoral violence trigger——CLEEN Foundation study

As we move closer to the 2019 general elections and the importance of violence free elections, it becomes fundamental to monitor and examine possible drivers of violence that have the potentials to mar the success and credibility of the elections. The CLEEN Foundation undertook Elections Security Threats Assessment pilot study covering 12 states across the […]

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CLEEN Foundation partners agencies to address human rights violation in state counter insurgency strategy
06 Aug
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CLEEN Foundation partners agencies to address human rights violation in state counter insurgency strategy

Since the return to democracy in 1999, the Nigerian state is witnessing an upsurge in human rights violations which ranges from detention without trial, police brutality, forceful evictions, torture, extra-judicial killing, summary execution, harassment, and intimidation. Operations of the security forces remained characterized by human rights violations in virtually all the geo-political zones of the […]

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06 Aug
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Police oversight agencies key to effective policing reform—CLEEN Foundation

Globally, peace and security are fundamental for growth and development, thus, the Nigeria 1999 Constitution as amended provides that security and welfare of the people shall be the primary purpose of government. By this legal provision, the police are bestowed with the responsibilities of providing internal peace and security. As a result, Nigerian constitution, and […]

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Cleen trains anti graft agency
06 Aug
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CLEEN trains anti-graft agencies on effective communication and public relations

CLEEN Foundation, tasks the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to remain steadfast to its vision and mandate to the people of Nigeria. The Executive Director, Benson Olugbuo, PhD at a one-day stakeholders’ forum on “Speaking for Anti-graft Agencies with the EFCC” supported by the Bureau of International Narcotic and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) at […]

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09 Jul
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CLEEN Foundation Holds 3rd Election Security Cluster Meeting

Under Component Five Support to Civil Society Organizations of the European Union Support to Democratic Governance in Nigeria (EU-SDGN) Project, European Union (EU) supports CLEEN Foundation to implement Mitigating Electoral Violence in Nigeria Towards 2019 General Elections project. This is in collaboration with Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Nigeria Police Force, Centre for Citizens with […]

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09 Jul
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CLEEN Foundation Seeks Effective Civil-Military Relations, Embarks on Public Awareness Campaign

Nigerians continue to perceive security forces operation as characterized by human rights violations. The 2010 Open Society Justice Initiative and the Network of Police Reform report described Nigerian police stations as “torture chambers”, while Amnesty International reports indicted Nigerian military of human rights violation. The human rights violations manifest strongly in the state counter-insurgency strategy, […]

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09 Jul
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Corruption Fight, CLEEN Foundation Donates Smart Android TV to ICPC

Corruption continues to be a major challenge in Nigeria, and, as the practice continues, some are brought to the public domain while some go unreported. The state is making efforts to empower the anti-graft agencies to work effectively in addressing the abysmal practice, however, for effective and sustainable results, anti-corruption fight requires initiatives that are […]

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09 Jul
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CLEEN Foundation seeks solution to SGBV cases

Nigeria continues to witness an upsurge in Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) manifested in different forms such as forced and early marriages, physical, mental or sexual assault on women and girls especially. The Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS), conducted by the National Population Commission (NPC) shows, at the age of 15, three out […]

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CLEEN Foundation Inaugurates Lagos State ACJA working group

CLEEN Foundation in its work to promote accountability and justice in Nigeria, received funding support from MacArthur Foundation to monitor the Nigeria’s Administration of the Criminal Justice Act. In pursuit of this mandate, CLEEN Foundation inaugurates Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) Lagos state working group on June 20th 2018. The working group meets on […]

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