Reforming for Justice Overviews Judicial Reforms in Nigeria (1999-2007)
Reforming for Justice is a dissecting review of the progress Nigeria has made towards reforming justice institutions since the transition to democracy in 1999, in various thematic areas. It evaluates the strengths/weaknesses of efforts to galvanize change and improvement to different aspects of the justice sector identifying the achievements as well as the challenges that still remain in the field. It also suggests ways these challenges can be engaged and dealt with, in as strategic, dynamic, and timely as manner as possible. It provides a comprehensive references material for those interested in the reform of the justice sector in Nigeria.
Through its Legal Access Programme, Access to Justice pursues remedies for victims of human rights violations, alongside working to create and instate procedures, Read More»
Our Legal Resource Programme (LRP) seeks to empower lawyers and Judges with international human rights resources that they can use to protect Read More»
Under JIIP, A2Justice works to defend and uphold the institutional integrity of the Nigerian justice system, expand capacity of the justice system to guarantee fair, Read More»
Agbado District Coroner commenced investigation into the killing of Azeez Omotosho.
NNPC pays N10 million damages to a pipeline fire victim
Nigerian Police pays 22 million naira damages to the family of a 3 years old girl killed by a police officer in Lagos
A2Justice Obtains compensation for Accident victims
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