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  • September 8, 2020

    LA Rolls Out Action Plan For Hearing Impaired Persons

    Lawyers Alert (LA), a human rights-based organisation has rolled out a work plan that will provide immediate succor as well as long term and sustainable source of income for the deaf community in Benue State.

    LA’s Director of Programmes Jerome Uneje, while addressing members of the Benue State Association of the Deaf (BSAD) Makurdi Branch, during a one-day strategic meeting held at LA Conference Hall on Thursday, 3rd September 2020 in Makurdi, the Benue State capital said the work plan is to properly guide LA’s 

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  • September 7, 2020

    LA Rolls Out Action Plan For Hearing Impaired Persons

    Representatives of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Civil Society Steering Committee in Benue State today joined other stakeholders to task the State Government on key inputs to include in the 2021 budget.

     

    Vice-Chairman of the Steering Committee, Mrs. Rosemary Hua, and another member of the group, Mr. Lazarus Mom, made these proposals while making presentations at a town hall meeting organised by the Budget Office of the Benue State Planning Commission (BSPC).

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  • September 3, 2020

    LA Rolls Out Action Plan For Hearing Impaired Persons

    Lawyers Alert (LA), a human rights-based organisation has rolled out a work plan that will provide immediate succor as well as long term and sustainable source of income for the deaf community in Benue State.

    LA’s Director of Programmes Jerome Uneje, disclosed this while addressing members of the Benue State Association of the Deaf (BSAD) Makurdi Branch, at a one-day strategic meeting held at LA Conference Hall on Thursday, in Makurdi.

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  • July 24, 2020

    Lawyers Alert launches inquiry on women rights abuses during the lockdown

    A Civil Society Organization in Nigeria, Lawyers Alert has set wheels in motion to probe cases of abuse of rights of women in the country during the lockdown imposed by the government to prevent the rapid spread of Coronavirus.

    Lawyers Alert in a press statement signed by its Director Programs, Roseline Oghenebrume, and made available to newsmen said the initiative was aimed at exposing perpetrators and ensuring justice for victims.

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  • July 23, 2020

    Lawyers Alert launches inquiry on women rights abuses during lockdown

    A Civil Society Organisation in Nigeria, Lawyers Alert, has set wheels in motion to probe cases of abuse of rights of women in the country during the lockdown imposed by the government to prevent the rapid spread of Coronavirus.

    Lawyers Alert in a press statement signed by its Director Programs, Roseline Oghenebrume, and made available to newsmen said the initiative was aimed at exposing perpetrators and ensuring justice for victims.

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  • July 23, 2020

    COVID-19: Lawyers Alert launches inquiry on women rights abuses during the lockdown

    A Civil Society Organisation in Nigeria, Lawyers Alert has set wheels in motion to probe cases of abuse of rights of women in the country during the lockdown imposed by the government to prevent the rapid spread of Coronavirus. Lawyers Alert in a press statement signed by its Director Programs, Roseline Oghenebrum

  • Lawyers Alert asks Ortom to probe Logo 1 demolition in Makurdi

    A human rights based Civil Society Organization in Nigeria, Lawyers Alert, has called on the Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, to investigate the demolition of some houses at Logo 1 area in Makurdi, Benue State.

    In a press statement signed by its Director Programmes, Lazarus Ahangba, Lawyers Alert urged Ortom to investigate the remote and immediate circumstances surrounding the demolitions and the persons responsible for it.

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  • May 16, 2020

    Lawyers Alert calls for investigation on Logo 1 demolition in Makurdi

    A human rights-based Civil Society Organization in Nigeria, Lawyers Alert has called for an investigation on the demolition of some houses at the Logo 1 area in Makurdi, Benue State.

    In a press statement signed by its Director Programmes, Mr. Lazarus Ahangba, Lawyers Alert urged Benue State Government to investigate the remote and immediate circumstances surrounding the demolitions and the persons responsible for it.

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  • APRIL 28, 2020

    COVID-19: Lawyers Alert threatens legal action over poor, slow pace of prison decongestion

    A Civil Society organization in Nigeria, Lawyers Alert has threatened to institute legal action over the poor and slow pace of the implementation of the Federal Government’s policy on the decongestion of prisons in the country as part of measures to prevent the spread of COVID19 among the inmates. 

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  • April 15, 2020

    NGOs give ultimatum to Bauchi to implement directives on prison decongestion

    Human rights group known as Lawyers Alert has in conjunction with Prison Inmate Development Initiative (PIDI-NIGERIA) issued a 5-day warning to the Bauchi State Government to implement the federal government’s directive on prison decongestion or face legal fireworks.

    The NGOs made their position known on Tuesday in an open letter to the State Attorney-General and Commissioner of Justice, signed and made available to newsmen by the Executive Director of PIDI-Nigeria,

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  • June 15, 2019

    CSO: Criminalizing petty offenses indication of inequality in the justice delivery system

    The President of Lawyers Alert Nigeria, Mr. Rommy Mom, has observed that criminalizing petty offenses is an indication of inequality in the justice delivery system in the country.

    He said this at a strategic meeting organized by Lawyers Alert Nigeria in Abuja on the need to decriminalize petty offenses in Nigeria.

     

    Civil Society Organizations that attended the meeting formed an alliance to collaborate, synergize, and

  • August 13, 2019

    Lawyers Alert drags federal government to court over non-implementation of HIV workplace policy

    A nonprofit organization, Lawyers Alert Nigeria, has dragged the Federal Government to court over the non-implementation of HIV workplace policy by employers of labor in the country.

    The Director of Programs, Lawyers Alert Nigeria, Roseline Oghenebrume said the action became very necessary so that the office of the Attorney-General of the Federation 

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