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As a human rights defender, being safe and aware is an integral part of campaigns, advocacy and...

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Women lives and Livelihoods are severely affected during environmental disasters such as crude...

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The Human Rights Theatre Outreach: a utensil for change and community...

Independent Media advocacy Project (ICMAP)

Participatory Media is key tool from which communities can start the development of independently owned media content aimed at promoting an increase in community voices and non violent advocacy across multiple societal layers. The Media Awareness and Justice Initiative (Media for justice Project) carried out the training for citizen journalists pulled from urban and rural communities across Rivers and Bayelsa states. The citizen journalists where trained on audiovisual content gathering, documentation, post production editing and dissemination.

Human Rights Theatre Outreach

The Human Rights Theatre Outreach: a utensil for change and community sensitization in Rivers State,aims at using theatre performances such as theatre art presentations, drama features and screening of human and environmental rights documentaries to strengthen and promote community perspective and stakeholder interactions on the impact of pollution on the environment and the lives of the people of the Niger Delta in Rivers State, Nigeria

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Environmental Pollution - A focus on Ogoni Land

The Niger Delta is one of the most populated natural ecosystems in the world with a land area of 7,386 kilometers. It contains the most extensive mangrove ecosystems in Africa, which covers over 22% of the total forest spread with about 20 million people living along its long coastlines. The mangrove forests in the Niger Delta provide a last line of defense for littoral communities, providing numerous goods and ecosystem services to contiguous populations.

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Vigil commemorating the death of Ken Saro Wiwa - November 2015

Ken Saro Wiwa was a writer, campaigner and environmental rights activist who used non violent means to advocate against the constant contamination of the environment of ogoniland. He was tried by a Kangaroo court which found an innocent man guilty and subsequently hung him and eight others. His legacy lives on, He message lives on, and Justice shall prevail

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Ken Saro Wiwa Celebration 2014

In 1990, Saro-Wiwa began devoting most of his time to human rights and environmental causes, particularly in Ogoniland. He was one of the earliest members of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP), which advocated for the rights of the Ogoni people.

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