The U.S Embassy in Abuja in Partnership with CURE-Nigeria Donates Educational Materials to all the Prisons in Benue State
The Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) department of the United States Embassy in Abuja, in partnership with CURE-Nigeria, donated education materials worth over $10,000 to all the prisons in Benue State. The donation was done on the 17th of May, 2017.
Below are some pictures of the donation ceremony:
Click HERE for the published report on the survey of female detainees/convicts living in prisons in Nigeria
Another edition of The Advocate is out. Click Here to read
The March 2017 edition of The Advocate is out. It further highlights CURE-Nigeria’s progress in the provision of legal aid to poor detainees. Plus women in criminal justice system and many other stories.
LETTER TO REQUEST YOU TO INVESTIGATE THE ALLEGED ATTACK ON AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL’S OFFICE IN ABUJA AND ITS STAFF BY A MOB AND ARREST AND PROSECUTE THOSE INVOLVED. Click Here for details of the letter
A list of cases that CURE-Nigeria have successfully closed.
Click Here for the list.
The October 2016 edition of our Newsletter, The Advocate is out and it highlights issues of juveniles in conflict with the law, plus other interesting matters. Click here to read
The report of the survey on women prisoners and children living in Nigerian prisons conducted by CURE-Nigeria in partnership with the Federal Ministry of Justice and the National Human Rights Commission, Abuja in 2015.
Please, click this link to read more. http://curenigeria.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/PRISON-SURVEY-REPORT.pdf