A press statement issued by the Think-Do Tank Group of the Civil Society Coalition on Sustainable Development (CSCSD) on emerging developments in fighting COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria.
Author: CAFSO-WRAG (CAFSO WRAG)
The Oyo State Chapter of the Civil Society Coalition on Sustainable Development is an arm of over 2000 Non-Governmental Organisations and networks working on SDGs related issues in Nigeria
A Civil Society's call to stand together to defend peoples’ voices for a just and sustainable world. Reverse the Closing and Shrinking Space for Civil Society.
The Programme of Event for Advocating for the Reversal of shrinking Spaces for Civil Society and the Promotion of CSO Enabling Environment in Nigeria.
According to the Belgrade Call to Action (2019), over six billion people are living in countries where there are serious constraints on civic
A presentation by D. Tola Winjobi (PhD). Irregular Migration and Human Trafficking in Nigeria: Issues and Insights. An International Conference Organised by Cooperazione Internationazionale
A paper delivered on the 15th of September, 2018 by Dayo Ogunbowale in observance of the United Nations International Day of Democracy under the theme, “Democracy under Strain: Solutions for a Changing World.” As organized by Centre for Leadership and Good Governance International in conjunction with NGM group, Held at the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ)...
In line with the action plan of the CSCSD as agreed by the house and the executive. The purpose of putting together this report is to highlight some of the activities of ETGIN (Member Organization) tailored towards achieving the objectives as started by CSCSD team.
For more than two years, the Nigerian government has been striving to Fimplement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by theUnited Nations General Assembly on September 25, 2015.
From the Challenges of MDGs to the Prospects of SDGs: An Agenda Setting for a Better Global Development Paradigmby David Tola Winjobi (PhD) Convener, Campaign2015+ International, Nigeria