NHRC, STAKEHOLDERS LAUNCH PHASE II OF THE PROJECT ON CIVIL MILITARY RELATIONS IN NIGERIA

Posted: 2017-03-30


The National Human Rights Commission in line with its mandate is partnering with Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR) and CLEEN foundation to foster Civil/Military relations (CMR) in Nigeria. The objectives of CMR project is to strengthen Civil/Military relations by fostering sustained dialogue and improved understanding between Nigerian Armed Forces and the civil society to improve accountability, security, national cohesion and respect for human rights throughout Nigeria.

Phase 1 of the project was carried out in 2016 with participation of critical stakeholders who also came together launch the phase 2 on the 29th of March 2017.


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