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Nigeria drug policy media forum 2021

Programme overview

AFRILAW is committed to advocating for drug policy reform in Nigeria. In furtherance of this drive, AFRILAW continued its promotion of drug law and policy reform in Nigeria through the Global Day of Action and Support Do not Punish Campaign Programme. 

Renewal (Nigeria) project overview

Project leading partners

The Research and Evaluation of Nexuses of the Exploitation of Water in African Law (RENEWAL) Project is been implement under the Global Law, Justice and Development Forum (GLJD) of the World Bank by the Center for Water Security and Cooperation (CWSC), USA and the International Association for Water Law (AIDA). their daily

Torture & drug policies in Nigeria

Programme overview/background

In November 2021, Nigeria´s compliance with the UN Convention Against Torture will be subject to review by the UN Committee Against Torture (“CAT” or the “Committee”), the body of independent human rights experts that oversees the implementation of the convention. 

The compiled report for VP

Project overview

This is the Report of the VPs Sensitization and Training of GMoU Cluster Communities in Delta and Imo State being implemented by African Law Foundation (AFRILAW) in partnership with LITE-Africa and Nigeria Working Group on The Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights (VPs) and supported by the Voluntary Principles Initiative (VPIs) Canada.  

The community research project from Afrilaw

Project overview

This is the Narrative Report of the Community-Based Research on Human Rights Violations in The Palm Oil Supply Chain in Nigeria Project under The Zero Tolerance Initiative implemented by African Law Foundation (AFRILAW), Abuja-Nigeria with fund support and partnership of the Forest People Programme (FPP) and Zero Tolerance Initiative (ZTI).

EU-ACT project

The general Project overview

The European Union and the British Council are carrying out a programme called the European Union Agent for Citizen Driven Transformation Programme. The programme seeks to strengthen the capacity of CSOs to be better drivers of change. In other to achieve this, the European Union in the states of its engagement mapped out Civil Society Organizations or Civil Society Networks or Community Based Organizations whose thematic focus are in the area of EU’s engagements.

PS & Human rights training PRO-Narrative Report for DCAF

Project overview

The Development and Piloting of Human Rights Training Programme based on International Norms and Good Practices also termed as (Private Security Human Rights Training Workshop Programme) implemented by African Law Foundation (AFRILAW) in partnership with the Geneva Center for Security Sector Governance (DCAF) Switzerland and in collaboration with International Code of Conduct Association (ICoCA) Switzerland and Association of Licensed Private Security Practitioners of Nigeria (ALPSPN) and with funding support by UK FCDO.    

The Rule of Law & the administration of Justice project

The general Project overview

The CLEEN Foundation with funding from MacArthur Foundation is implementing the Monitoring the Criminal Justice Administration Reform Process in Nigeria Project. In this regard, AFRILAW was selected as an implementing Partner and a member of the CSOs Observatory on Administration of Criminal Justice in Nigeria in Enugu State. The activity started Stakeholders’ Summit on Administration of Criminal Justice held on Wednesday, 9th and Thursday, 10th August, 2017 at the Denis Hotel, Abuja. The Summit was organized by CLEEN Foundation (with support from MacArthur Foundation) in collaboration with the Administration of Criminal Justice Monitoring Committee (ACJMC).

Compiled Narrative Report of Force Labour Project

Project overview

This is the Narrative Report for the Investigation of Forced Labour in Cocoa Supply Chains in Nigeria Project by African Law Foundation (AFRILAW), Nigeria with technical support from the Corporate Accountability Lab (CAL) U.S.

Drug policy reform activities 2015-2016

The general Project overview

The Nigeria Drug Law and Policy Advocacy Campaign Programme of African Law Foundation (AFRILAW), Enugu Nigeria was initiated in 2015 as part of the Support. Don’t Punish Global Day Action Campaign in Nigeria. The AFRILAW started the Nigeria Drug Law and Policy Advocacy Campaign Programme after the Executive Director, Mr. Okereke Chinwike was offered scholarship to attend the West Africa Executive Course on Human Rights and Drug Policy organized by Faculty of Law, University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana with support from Open Society for West Africa Initiative (OSIWA) in 2014.



The Mukosolu Chinwike-Okereke African Migration Advocacy Project (MUKOCAMAP) is a regional advocacy initiative of African Law Foundation (AFRILAW) Enugu, Nigeria created in honour the Late Wife of the Founder and CEO of AFRILAW who died in March 10, 2021 as the Principal Inspector of Immigration of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS). The Aim and Strategic Objective of MUKOCAMAP is to advocate and promote dignified, safe and orderly migration for a better Africa as provided under the UN Global Compact on Migration and toward actualization of the related SDGs.

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