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CLEEN Foundation in June 2008 moved to her new office complex (CLEEN Foundation Resource Centre) in Lagos. In futherance of her mission to promote public saftey, security and justice through empirical research, legislative advocacy and demonstration.. more
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MONITORING AND ADVOCACY ON SECURITY SECTOR GOVERNANCE IN WEST AFRICA
West Africa is a region of profound experimentation in the development of collective security, challenges, institutions and mechanisms. Two important challenges that have been noted regarding the poor governance of the security forces are the 'politicization of the armed forces’, and the ‘defense corruption vulnerability of nations and the corruption in African armed and security forces.’ An intimate connection was made between the lack of democracy in a country, the poor governance of its armed forces, the country’s susceptibility to corruption, and the threat to human security of the citizenry.Previous studies on security governance in West Africa drew a great deal of attention to the urgent challenge of the promotion of good governance in the armed and. .....Read more.
SECURITY THREAT ASSESSMENT: TOWARDS 2015 ELECTIONS
The conduct of the Election Security Threat Assessments (STA) was tailored
to provide a panoramic view of the security situation across the country as
activities build up towards the 2015 elections. By periodically highlighting
major threats to peaceful and credible conduct of the elections, we aim to
galvanize stakeholders in the electoral process in Nigeria to commence early
preparations for the elections. The findings of the election security threat
assessment in Nigeria cover such issues as level of preparations by INEC and
security agencies for the elections, activities of political parties,
aspirants/candidates and their supporters that might breach the public peace
before, during and after the elections if unchecked, the impact of the
persisting insurgency and .....Read more
MIGRATION AND MOBILITY IN WEST AFRICA
The world as we know it today depends largely on migration to achieve the interspersing of cultures, goods, services and peoples. It serves as a veritable tool for adjusting skills, age and sectoral composition of national and regional labour markets, all of which when put together provide an enabling environment for the economic development of any society. Recognizing that the free movement of persons, goods and services is mandatory for economic development and regional integration, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has devoted much of its 40 years existence to promoting free movement of persons, goods and services across national boundaries in West Africa.While the efforts of ECOWAS to facilitate easy movement .....Read more.
SECURITY THREAT ASSESSMENT: TOWARDS 2015 ELECTIONS(TENTH EDITION)
The Nigeria 2015 General Elections initially scheduled to hold on 14th and 28th February were on Saturday 7th February 2015 rescheduled by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). The elections will now hold on 28th March (Presidential and National Assembly) and on April 11 (Gubernatorial and State Assembly). In announcing the re-schedule, INEC cited insecurity and the consequent renewed offensive against the Boko Haram by security services. Although the levels of insecurity in Nigeria had been high, it was the non-availability of the military to provide support to INEC and to the police in the conduct of the elections that ultimately led to the six-week delay of the elections. While this is not the first time elections are being shifted by INEC, many Nigeria.....Read more.
THE 2015 ELECTION VIABILITY SURVEY REPORT
The party primaries were conducted without known records of serious violence by various political parties, they were however not without alleged cases of deliberate attempts to favour one party aspirants over the other and of course “staged walk-outs” from the venue of the primaries. There were strong allegations of marked irregularities especially in the gubernatorial primaries in favour of some candidates.Party primaries in four out of the six states (Adamawa, Borno, Yobe and Taraba) were held in Abuja, ostensibly for security concerns. Management of the grievances for those who lost in the primaries is crucial for peaceful elections.The continuous advancement and sophistication of the Boko Haram group has been used by politicians to further hit up the politics .......Read more