NSRP Receives Civic Responsibility Award for its Peace Efforts

28th May 2015

The Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme has been conferred a Civic Responsibility Recognition Award by the National Orientation Agency for its positive contributions towards the relatively peaceful conduct of the 2015 general election.. The ceremony took place at the National Stadium Abuja, on the 27 May 2015. Other individual and institutional recipients include; Alhaji Aliko […]

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NSRP disseminates research findings on Post -Amnesty in the Niger Delta

28th May 2015

The Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP) disseminated key findings from its research on the post-Niger-Delta Amnesty period. This activity held at Golden Tulip Hotel GRA Port Harcourt, Rivers State on Friday 22 May, 2015 and attracted a broad range of stakeholders including academics, CSOs, community leaders and staff of the Amnesty Programme. NSRP worked […]

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President Jonathan passes Violence Against Persons Prohibition bill into law

25th May 2015

President Goodluck Jonathan, this afternoon, passed the Violence Against Persons Prohibition (VAPP) bill into law. The new law  prohibits female circumcision or genital mutilation, forceful ejection from home and harmful widowhood practices. It prohibits abandonment of spouse, children and other dependents without sustenance, battery and harmful traditional practices. This is after the Senate had on […]

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What the papers say – Buhari Urged to Review Pipeline Contracts to Ex-Militants

25th May 2015

The Guardian Newspapers – 23 May 2015 THE incoming General Muhammadu Buhari’s administration has been warned that the federal government’s selective award of pipeline surveillance contracts to ex-militant commanders may resuscitate insurgence. A study on the post-amnesty programme by academics in the Niger Delta which is to be submitted to the incoming federal government, observed […]

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What the papers say – Code of Conduct for Online Media Underway

15th May 2015

The Tide Newspapers – May 15 2015 A framework and Code of ethics to guide the Operators of Online Media is underway in Nigeria. This was the outcome of a two-day Nigeria Bloggers’ and Social Media workshop organised by the National Orientation Agency (NOA) in collaboration with the Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP) in […]

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