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POLICING AND CIVIC SPACE

Chapter 4 of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria stipulates the fundamental rights of Nigerian citizens. This includes the right to life; the right to dignity of human persons; the right to freedom of expression and the press; the right to peaceful assembly and association; right to freedom of movement; among others1.

Policies to Strengthen Civil Society at the Sub-national Level.

Establishing a civil society organisation (CSOs) as a founder or manager, involves choosing between being an incorporated entity registering with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) or unincorporated under the Freedom of Association, as guaranteed by the Constitution. But recent years have seen new difficulties for CSOs, in the form of challenges to registration at the state level.

One-Stop Shop for Civil Society Regulations at the Sub-National Level

This issue brief is developed to be at the forefront of thinking and building consensus on what a one-stop shop
means to civil society regulatory policies at the sub-national level.

NNNGO Data

List of NGOs in Nigeria

Searching for a well-updated list of NGOs in Nigeria can be very difficult but many thanks to the Nigeria Network of NGOs (NNNGO) which is the first generic membership body for civil society organisations in Nigeria with over 3495 organisations ranging from small groups working at the local level, to larger networks working at the national level.

The Nigeria Network of NGOs welcomes Ishk Tolaram Foundation As a Member of The Network

Oyebisi, B. Oluseyi, Executive Director, Nigeria Network of NGOs welcomed Ishk Tolaram Foundation to the Network noting that “NNNGO is excited at Ishk Tolaram Foundation’s decision to join our membership in the sponsor category as it highlights the value the Foundation places

NNNGO welcomes the non inclusion of nonprofits as designated nonfinancial institution in the money laundering and terrorism prevention laws.

Both the Money Laundering (Prevention and Prohibition) ACT, 2022 and Terrorism (Prevention and Prohibition) ACT, 2022 have removed nonprofits from its definition of designated nonfinancial institutions (DNFI) after years of advocacy.

Civic Space & Covid-19

The coronavirus pandemic has profound consequences for citizens and businesses across different Nigerian communities as the virus continues to shape local, national, and global agendas towards addressing the triple crisis

100 Civil Society Leaders: Celebrating nonprofit leaders inspiring the sector and country with their success stories

Civil society organisations play an important role in the country’s socio-economic life contributing largely to both democracy and development. These organisations are founded and led by individuals with passion for […]

Urgent: Reputational Damage by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Matthew T. Page

Urgent: Reputational Damage by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Matthew T. Page   Dear Members, The Nigeria Network of NGOs is bringing to your attention a report published on […]

Petition Against Defamation

On Wednesday 28 July 2021, a research report listing the Nigeria Network of NGOs as a “fake civil society organisation and pro-government NGO” was published by Matthew T Page a […]

CALL FOR FACILITATORS

The Nigeria Network of NGOs (NNNGO) is the first generic membership body for civil society organisations in Nigeria that facilitates effective advocacy on issues of poverty

Experiences, Learning and Recommendations Report on Peaceful Protests

One of the pillars of a modern participatory democracy is the respect for freedom of expression and assembly —

Guide on Data Protection for Nonprofits

Civil society organisations collects a lot of personal data such as names, addresses, emails, telephone numbers, website

insight from CIVIL SOCIETY suggested amendments to the part C of CAMA

The Nigeria Network of NGOs (NNNGO) is the first generic membership body for civil society organizations in Nigeria

ANALYSIS OF THE NEEDS ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE TO COMPLYING WITH THE PART F OF CAMA.

Regulatory compliance has a major impact on the legitimacy, transparency, and.

What We Heard on Part F of CAMA

More than three weeks ago, on August 17, 2020 precisely, President Muhammadu Buhari signed the Companies and Allied Matters (CAMA) Bill into law.

Civil Society Spending on Covid-19 (March-June 2020)

Through a survey of Nigeria Network of NGOs (NNNGO) members and the wider civil society community in Nigeria, launched between July and

Situation in Lagos and Other Parts of the Country- -Statement by the NNNGOs.

It is a matter of deep concern that security forces opened fire on peaceful protesters in Lekki and other parts of the country on

ENHANCING THE DIGITAL RIGHTS OF NONPROFITS

Citizens and citizen organisations work during a period when technology is driving the interdependence that characterises the quest for

OUR IMMEDIATE THINKING TO THE COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT

While we must guide against the abuse of this section of the law (Part F of CAMA), a regulator should

NNNGO Is Honoured To Provide The Research And Advocacy That Led To The Passage Of The Part F Of The CAMA.

We at the Nigeria Network of NGOs would like to extend our

MONITORING PROGRESS ON THE SDGS: A LENS FROM 3 REGIONS OF NIGERIA

Nigeria faces a huge development challenge of epidemic proportions. With 87 million people in poverty,

Covid 19 Nonprofit Advisory

The COVID-19 pandemic will have implications for nonprofits as well their staff members, volunteers, interns and beneficiaries. We have therefore, put together this practical guidance to help

AML/CFT ADVISORY FOR NONPROFITS ON THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Countries all over the world are working effortlessly to address the COVID-19 pandemic and the issues that have arisen as a

Remarks on International Workers’ Day

Today has a particularly important meaning for us as individuals working or volunteering in the nonprofit sector.

Remarks on International Workers’ Day

Today has a particularly important meaning for us as individuals working or volunteering in the nonprofit sector.

Understanding The Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Like many of you, we have spent the last few days and weeks understanding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it is impacting the nonprofit sector.

Press Release- Call for a Total Lock-down of the Nation

Amid the current COVID-19 outbreak in Nigeria—the Nigeria Network of NGOs is following with appreciation, the efforts of the Nigeria Center for Disease

House of Representatives Rejects Civil Society Bill

The 2,719 members of the Nigeria Network of NGOs warmly welcome the resolve of the House of Representatives to reject “A Bill to Establish the

House of Representatives Rejects Civil Society Bill

The 2,719 members of the Nigeria Network of NGOs warmly welcome the resolve of the House Representatives to reject “A Bill to Establish the

Nonprofit Operational Manual

The Nonprofit Operational Manual is designed to assist Nigerian nonprofits to strengthen their operational and technical capacity in delivering their vision and mission.

Profiling Feet of Grace Foundation

For many years now, they have been demonstrating the power of positive attitude and by all means rocketing towards their goals since its inception in November

Profiling The Irede Foundation (TIF) on International Day of Persons with Disability 2019.

Amputation surgery is an orthopedic surgical procedure carried out as the last resort, when limb salvage is not feasible. It is usually associated with social, emotional and psychological disturbances to […]

NNNGO Launches Project to Strengthen Regulatory Frameworks for Civil Society

A project launch themed “Understanding Nonprofit Regulatory Frameworks; Trends and Realities” was organised in

World Food Day- Fixing the Food System in Nigeria

Held annually on 16th October, World Food Day is a day of action dedicated to tackling Global Hunger with global awareness on the near epileptic global agricultural system, thus calling […]

GirlForce: Unscripted and Unstoppable.

In spite of the numerous efforts by stakeholders to promote the girl-child education especially in Africa, Nigeria is still ranked among one of the countries with the highest number of […]

PART F of Companies and Allied Matters Act (Part F of CAMA)

On 7 August 2020, President Muhammadu Buhari signed the CAMA ACT into law setting an important landmark in the ease of doing business and registration for both business and nonprofits. […]

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