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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
Our conference room is available for your business meetings, workshops, seminars, trainings e.t.c, with a seating capacity of up to 50 persons. A public address system with 2 cordless microphones, mulimedia projector, visual system presenter, DVD more..
STAKEHOLDERS SUMMIT REPORT ON ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT (ACJA)
With the passage of ACJA 2015, an enabling environment has been provided for relevant stakeholders from civil society and international development partners to introduce various reform programs that will promote and advance the implementation of the (ACJA) 2015 through the ACJ Monitoring Committee. It is against this backdrop that CLEEN Foundation in collaboration with the Administration of Criminal Justice Monitoring Committee (ACJMC) organized a two day stakeholders' summit on criminal justice administration in Nigeria. The summit was held in Abuja on 9th and 10th August 2017 and participants were drawn from the ACJMC, Nigeria Police Force(NPF), Nigeria Prisons Service (NPS), Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), National Human Right.. .....Read more.
ELECTION SECURITY THREAT ASSESSMENT: TOWARDS 2016 GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION IN EDO STATE
As Edo State prepares for the gubernatorial election scheduled for September 10, 2016, the political atmosphere of the state is already charged ahead of the election that promises to be one of the most keenly contested in the history of the state. The tense political temperature is further heightened by the inflammatory utterances of the major candidates as well as reported cases of attacks and counter-attacks on their campaign convoys. In this analysis, the risk factors that may threaten public peace and security during and immediately after the election are examined as well how they can be checked or de-escalated.....Read more
SECURITY AND GOVERNANCE IN NORTH-EAST NIGERIA
The North-eastern part of Nigeria has attracted significant attention of the public, journalists, politicians, civil society groups, social scientists, foundations and international agencies. The attraction was not a palatable one, but of great concern to the safety and security of people resident in that part of the country occasioned by the activities of the Jama’atu Ahlus Sunnah Liddawa’ati wal Jihad (People Committed to the Teachings of the Prophet and Jihad). The organisation has acquired global notoriety and is popularly referred to as Boko Haram. Since its dislodgement in 2009, it has succeeded in reinventing itself into a guerrilla force unleashing deadly attacks on people, villages, police stations, military posts, prisons, churches/mosques, motor parks .....Read more.
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.
ROADMAP FOR FOSTERING CIVIL MILITARY RELATIONS IN NIGERIA
The Civil Military Relations (CMR) project was conceived in response to the growing insecurities, mistrust and the changing nature of violent conflicts experienced across Nigeria, especially since the return to democracy in May 1999. The outbreak of violent conflicts and crimes has led to the consequent deployment of the Armed Forces in internal security operations in the country in an unprecedented scale. As at the last count, 30 out of 36 Nigeria's 36 states are hosts to internal security operations being conducted by the Armed Forces. These new found roles of the military have come with little training on how to manage relations with, and expectations of, the civilians as they conduct internal operations or routine responsibilities .......Read more