Child Rights International (CRIN)
CRIN investigates, collate and publishes incidents of abuses of the rights of infants, children and young persons; encourages the discussion of problems relating to the rights of infants, children and young persons; creates awareness of the rights of infants, regional human rights instruments and the Constitutions of States; promotes and encourages the enforcement of the rights enshrined in aforesaid instruments by infants, children and young persons; cooperates, liaise and enters into any arrangement with any association or agency engaged in activities similar to the ideals of this organization and to endow or establish any program aimed at educating and uplifting the living standards of the infants, children and young persons worldwide.
8 Akure Street (Old Gra) Port Harcourt
Rivers State, G. P.O. Box 13674
Nigeria Phone: (00234) 84 230 238
Fax: (00234) 84 230 238
Email: crin [at] gtemail [dot] net
Coalition against Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation of Children
CAHTSEC works for prevention of human trafficking and their exploitation and discrimination within the country and the West African region. CAHTSEC facilitates advocacy, creates awareness and social mobilization, provides technical support, initiates research and program support activities at the grassroots, sub-national, national and regional levels to resist inhuman and heinous offences like human trafficking, child slavery and sexual exploitative of women and children.
Constitutional Rights Project
Constitutional Rights Project, CRP, is a registered non-governmental organisation established in November 1990 to promote respect for human rights and the rule of law in Nigeria. In pursuing these objectives, CRP focuses on: Strengthening and promoting the independence of the judiciary and other democratic institutions in Nigeria. Working towards ensuring that legislation affecting the rights and freedoms of Nigerians are in compliance with universal human rights standards.
Human Rights Monitor
Human Rights Monitor is a voluntary, non partisan, non governmental human rights organisation committed to the promotion and protection of human rights in Nigeria. It was founded in 1992 in Kaduna, and members include lawyers, academics, workers, students and journalists.
Institute for Dispute Resolution
The Institute for Dispute Resolution is a Nigerian based nationally respected not for profit NGO established in 1999 to promote, advance peaceful, effective, meaningful and rancor free conflict resolution. IDR is the National Headquarters for Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) Network, Nigeria, a coalition of over 40 individuals and civil society organizations involved in the campaign against arms proliferation in Nigeria and its neighboring West African States. Campaign Against Arms Trade is a broad coalition of groups and individuals involved in the eradication of small arms and light weapons(SALW). Its main objective is to campaign against the proliferation of SALW in Nigeria with particular emphasis on the Niger Delta region. It is as well involved in campaigning against the manufacture, production and distribution of SALW in the West Africa region. Also CAAT is working for the reduction and ultimate abolition of international arms trade together with gradual and progressive demiliritarisation within arms-producing countries.
Nigerian Center for Human Rights and Democracy (NCHRD)
Established in 1995 to provide leadership in the protection and enforcement of civil and political rights,and social justice advocacy. It supports the democratization in Nigeria and Africa. NCHRD is also involved in transitional justice processes in Nigeria.
#350 Forces Avenue
G. P. O. Box 13674
Port Harcourt, Nigeria Phone: 234 84 968 799
Fax: 234 84 230 238
Email: nchrd [at] lycos [dot] com