QUARTERLY MEMBER UPDATES

Quarterly Member Updates

CALL FOR FACILITATORS

Background 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 and other developmental issues. Through its civil society reforms and strengthening programme, it has constructively engaged regulators and the National Assembly on laws guiding the operations of civil […]

Experiences, Learning and Recommendations Report on Peaceful Protests

Experiences, Learning and Recommendations Report on Peaceful Protests-CASE STUDY: ENDSARS Protests (ENDSARS Protests )One of the pillars of a modern participatory democracy is the respect for freedom of expression and assembly — a key indicator of a governments respect for human rights and fundamental principles. To exercise their freedom of expression and assembly, Nigerians (mostly […]

REPORT OF 2020 ICNL WORKSHOP ON UNDERSTANDING HOW CYBER/DIGITAL LAWS AND POLICIES, AI, ML, BIG DATA AND OTHER DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IMPACT NONPROFITS OPERATIONS.   

PROJECT TITLE:  ENHANCING THE DIGITAL RIGHTS OF NONPROFITS IN NIGERIA   The Nigeria Network of NGOs (NNNGO) took nonprofit leaders and civil society actors, across the country, on a resourceful exploration of digital rights, trends and techniques to engender a digitally robust future for the sector.   On Wednesday September 9, 2020, an hybrid (online […]

NNNGO hosts Female-Led Conference on Artificial Intelligence and its Implications for Nigerian Civic Space.

On December 8, 2020 the Nigeria Network of NGOs supported by International Centre for Not-For-Profit Law organized an all-female led conference to; commemorate the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, encourage female participation in technology while also highlighting the importance of nonprofit awareness and knowledge in relation to technological advancement and Artificial Intelligence.   […]

Guide on Data Protection for Nonprofits

Civil society organisations collects a lot of personal data such as names, addresses, emails, telephone numbers, website addresses, social media handles and posts. These data are mostly collected from beneficiaries, staff, volunteers, donors, vendors, board and individuals who are only interested in receiving information (newsletters) about what your organisation does.   In developing the Nigeria […]

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 that facilitates effective advocacy on issues of poverty and other developmental issues. For 25 years, we have worked to give non-profits in the country the needed support to keep their doors open and to serve millions of […]

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 accountability of the nonprofit sector. While there is now a review of the legal framework guiding the operations of organisations within the civil society sector, we need to understand if the sector, can comply and how they are responding through an assessment of their […]

What We Heard on Part F of CAMA

Background More than three weeks ago, on August 17, 2020 precisely, President Muhammadu Buhari signed the Companies and Allied Matters (CAMA) Bill into law. Trailing the President’s assent are various comments for and against some sections of the Act drawing considerable attention from the media, civil society sector, the private sector, and public alike.   […]

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

Background Through a survey of Nigeria Network of NGOs (NNNGO) members and the wider civil society community in Nigeria, launched between July and August 2020, we sought to capture COVID-19 related support that civil society organisations gave to communities across the country. We wanted to hear from them how much they spent in Naira terms […]

Situation in Lagos and Other Parts of the Country- -Statement by the Nigeria Network of NGOs.

It is a matter of deep concern that security forces opened fire on peaceful protesters in Lekki and other parts of the country on Tuesday, October 20, 2020 after repeated assurances by the government on the rights of citizens to peaceful protests. The barbaric and unconstructive approach to keeping protesters off the streets by the […]