AN ASSESSMENT OF VULNERABLE GROUPS IN NIGERIA DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC 2020
The Corona Virus Disease-19, better known as COVID-19, has triggered a worldwide pandemic which has also affected Nigeria. The first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Nigeria was announced on 27 February 2020, when an Italian citizen in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial hub, tested positive for the virus. Since then more cases have been identified as the highly contagious disease slowly spread through the general population.
Report on Human Rights violations associated with COVID-19 in Nigeria 2020
Lawyers Alert has been monitoring violations over the years in the realm of civil and political rights, Sexual and reproductive health rights, access to justice, and petty offenses. We have an online tool that analyses violation according to types, frequency, age, and locations and have issued several violations report in the past (.
Lawyers Alert Updated SRHR Violations Report In Nigeria.
This is updated SRHR violations in Nigeria which LA commenced in the year 2017. Since then we have produced series of violations reports on a 6-monthly basis. There is the temptation to ask, why so often. We have two reasons for this. Projects we implement seats on being focused and tailored in areas where we have the most challenges. Secondly,
Petty Offences Violation Report.
Petty Offences are basically those offences that were created by colonial masters in attempt to have a strong hold on people and right to self-expression and determination.Petty offenses offend human rightsparticularly rights to movement, expression, liberty,anddignityof person.
Lawyers Alert Report On MSM Violations In Nigeria.
This report is a compendium of reported violations of sexual minorities in Nigeria between April 2017 to March 2018, with a particular focus on men who have sex with men (MSM). The data used in this report is drawn from inputs made into the online rights violation documentation tool developed by Lawyers Alert.