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Women lives and Livelihoods are severely affected during environmental disasters such as crude...

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The Human Rights Theatre Outreach: a utensil for change and community...

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The Niger Delta is one of the most populated natural ecosystems in the world with a land area of...

Film Screening in Port Harcourt by Amnesty International

There was film show In the Railway community in Port harcourt Rivers State on the 16th of February 2012, this was held in solidarity with the people of this community whose houses were demolished by the Rivers State Government without any consultation. This demolition process was halted after the people stood up against this injustice and demanded that their rights to housing be respected. "HOUSING IS A HUMAN RIGHT"

VIDEO: Whose Waterfronts?

This video was made in partnership with life-long residents of the Afikpo waterfront in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria who participated in our trainings and who were equipped with camera-enabled cell phones. The video represents a maturation of the Media for Justice Project towards more participant-made co-productions. Our view is that the more people equipped and trained to make media in their communities, the more their ideas, aspirations, and takes on life will be shared and heard.

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VIDEO: Land grabbing and Militarization in Ogoni

On June 12th, Goteh Keenam and Dambani Kuenu, two young Ogoni men from Zor-Sogho community in Rivers state, Nigeria were shot dead by policemen. The two were protesting ongoing attempts by the State government to smuggle the Bori Camp Military Barracks, which houses the Second Amphibious Brigade in Port Harcourt into Ogoni territory.

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Occupy Nigeria

In January 2012 the Nigerian People decided that enough is enough.... We need change.. we need development.. we need our voices to heard.... abi na like this we go de de?

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Occupy Port Harcourt

 

The Centre for Environment, Human Rights and Development (CEHRD)  has advised the Federal Government of Nigeria to revert to the old fuel price of N65 per litre  to avert the unprecedented  hardship and sufferings Nigerian masses have been subjected since she increased the project to N140 as her new year gift to the people.

The Protest in port Harcourt are said to continue until the old fuel price of N65 is reinstated.