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Policy Brief On The Petroleum Industry Bill

By |2011-07-16T12:28:35+00:00July 16th, 2011|Categories: Policy Briefs, Publications|

The Petroleum Industry Bill, PIB, is a by-product of this reform process. It has been on the floor of the national Assembly since 2007 and like other aspects of the Reforms and existing policies, has continued to face challenges and attract divergent views from different quarters. In the light of these, the Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre, CISLAC [...]

State of the Nation Address by Civil Society Organisations in Nigeria

By |2011-07-07T02:10:20+00:00July 7th, 2011|Categories: Press Releases|

Civil society organizations, activists and concerned Nigerians invited you today to share with you our reflection on a number of issues of critical importance to the developments, security and prosperity of our country Nigeria. CORRUPTION: The fight against corruption is said to be on cause. Yet every day new Nigerian are inundated by allegations of corruption [...]

CISLAC Policy Brief on MDGs 4 and 5 – On Reduction of Under Five and Maternal Mortality Rate

By |2011-06-02T01:20:13+00:00June 2nd, 2011|Categories: Policy Briefs|Tags: |

Click here to download PDF – CISLAC Policy Brief – Reduce Under-five and Maternal Mortality Globally up to three hundred and fifty eight thousand women die every year due to lack of access to timely intervention and lack of skilled medical personnel. Similarly, many children under five years of age, statistically up to eight million lose [...]

CISLAC Policy Brief on Quality Assurance in Basic and Secondary Education Delivery in Nigeria

By |2011-06-02T01:15:18+00:00June 2nd, 2011|Categories: Policy Briefs|Tags: , |

Click here to download PDF The quality of education in Nigeria has fallen so badly that the tendency for affluent families and members of the ruling class to send their wards to foreign educational institutions has gained ascendancy. In an attempt to improve this statistics, the government has approved increased participation of the private sector at [...]

CISLAC Policy Brief on Gender Equity and Empowerment towards achieving the MDGs

By |2011-06-02T01:07:26+00:00June 2nd, 2011|Categories: Policy Briefs|Tags: , , |

Click here to download PDF Women are the most disadvantaged especially in the poorest countries. Opportunities for educational, social and economic advancement are usually markedly inferior to those of men and they often face barriers in gaining access to good education and health care for both economic and cultural reasons. This is manifest in less developed [...]

Petroleum Industry Bill: Issues of Concern To Communities and Civil Society

By |2011-05-28T12:34:18+00:00May 28th, 2011|Categories: Policy Briefs, Publications|

The Environmental Rights Action, Social Action and Civil  Society Legislative Advocacy Centre are among the leading Non Governmental Organisations in Nigeria that have been at the forefront of the campaign for the passage of a Nigerian peoples Petroleum Industry Bill since the introduction of the Bill by the late President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua’s administration in 2008. [...]

CISLAC condemns post-electoral violence

By |2011-04-19T11:53:21+00:00April 19th, 2011|Categories: Press Releases|

The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre notes with grave concern, the outbreak of violence that has accompanied the Presidential elections of April 16, 2011. This spate of violence which has resulted in the destruction of lives and property is condemnable and rejected in the strongest of terms. We also reject that attempt to give what is [...]

CONFRONTING THE RESOURCE CURSE: THE NIGERIA EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE IN PERSPECTIVE’

By |2011-04-10T10:44:47+00:00April 10th, 2011|Categories: Books, Publications|

CONFRONTING THE RESOURCE CURSE: THE NIGERIA EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE IN PERSPECTIVE’ by MUSA ABUTUDU & DAUDA GARUBA ISBN:978-978-50222-3-0                                     2011 The formation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) was necessitated by the growing concerns about the irreconcilable gap between [...]

PASSAGE OF FOI BILL – CISLAC Salutes House of Representatives

By |2011-02-25T07:05:07+00:00February 25th, 2011|Categories: Press Releases|

The passage of the Freedom of Information Bill represents a historical event for Nigeria’s Democracy. This Bill is the longest in Nigeria’s legislative history which was first presented in June 1999 during the first National Assembly. The Bill has undergone three readings and a public hearing in each chamber before being passed by the House of [...]

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