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Project: NIGERIA ANTI-CORRUPTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM FUND

About TrustAfrica

TrustAfrica is an African-led, pan-Africa foundation dedicated to fostering democratic governance and equitable development and works principally through collaboration and partnership with like-minded institutions and donors. It is incorporated in the United States as a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization and has a location agreement with the government of Senegal. It also has offices in Nigeria and Zimbabwe.

About the Nigeria Anti-Corruption and Criminal Justice Reform Fund (NACCJF)

In its first term, President Buhari’s government demonstrated strong political will in tackling corruption. This offered a window of opportunity to invest and contribute towards driving much needed reforms around accountability through improved anti-corruption and criminal justice administration processes in Nigeria. For this purpose, the Open Society, MacArthur and Ford Foundations came together and established the Nigeria Anticorruption and Criminal Justice Reform Fund (NACCJF) with an investment of 5 million USD.  The Fund was established to support system strengthening, performance enhancing and coordination of anticorruption and criminal justice agencies in Nigeria. Riding on the available political will, the goal of the Fund is to enable the government of Nigeria to realize the following objectives: 

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24 and 25 September 2019

parallel to the SDG Summit
in the Church Center – opposite the UN, New York

Register here! English | Français | Español

Download the People’s Assembly Announcement

As Heads of State will meet on 24 and 25 September 2019 for the SDG Summit to review the progress of Agenda 2030, we are organizing a parallel People’s Assembly.

The People’s Assembly will bring together people’s representatives and civil society from around the world to give  grassroots and marginalised people a voice. Most importantly, it will be a space for all to jointly analyse the structural reasons for the injustices, act and plan for common future actions to create systemic change to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Agreement.

Civil society plays a key role in advocating and implementing much needed change and to work on the structural causes of poverty and inequalities. However, we are being threatened and civic space to work is dwindling. Civil Society must fight back together and reclaim our space.

We are at the crossroads, as inequality has risen to unsustainable levels and climate change is causing incalculable damage. We can implement change or continue with the status quo. We are determined to act to save the planet and humanity, particularly ensure that no one is left behind.

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The Arab Gulf Programme for Development (AGFUND) announces the sixth goal of the SDGs 2030 as subject for the 2019 Prince Talal International Prize for Human Development "Ensure access to water and sanitation for all "and invites the United Nations, international and regional organizations, ministries and public institutions, social business enterprises, national NGOs, individuals and development actors worldwide to submit nominations for the Prize. Prince Talal International Prize amounts to US$1,000,000, divided into four categories; the First category prize (US$ 400,000), specified for projects implemented by UN agencies or international and regional NGOs, the Second category prize (US$ 300,000), specified for projects implemented by national NGOs, the Third category prize (US$ 200,000), specified for projects implemented by governmental bodies (ministries and public institutions) or social business enterprises and the Fourth category prize (US$ 100,000), specified for projects initiated, funded and/or implemented by individuals.

It is worth mentioning that the projects that best contribute to achieving all or some of the targets of the sixth Sustainable Development Goal 2030 "Ensure access to water and sanitation for all” shall be eligible to compete for Prince Talal International Prize 2019 and that the deadline for receiving of nomination is 30 November 2019.

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Victims of international crimes are at the  core of the fight against impunity for international crimes such as genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. The ICC was the first international accountability mechanism to make room for the direct participation of victims in legal proceedings.  Despite this progress, the visibility and voices  of victims are continuously muzzled at national, regional and international level, owing to legal, technical and financial hurdles. We now increasingly see victims playing a diminutive role in the quest for accountability.

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In partnership with the Inclusive Project, Asia Dalit Right Forum, UNESCO, Amnesty International and in collaboration with Global Call Against Poverty, IDSN, IMADAR and CIVICUS, TrustAfrica organized an international conference on the theme: “Global Partnership and Joint Actions in Addressing, Discrimination based on Work and Descent, Untouchability, Contemporary Forms of Slavery and Analogous Forms of Discrimination”. At the end of this Conference held in Dakar, Senegal, from 9 to 11 April 2019, an African Network to Combat Discrimination Based on Work, Descent, Slavery and Socio-Cultural beliefs was established. The Network includes about twenty human rights organizations and associations of victims. Members of the Network have undertaken to work in solidarity with all stakeholders and to advocate with organizations pursuing similar objectives to join the Network.

By Bethule Nyamambi

TrustAfrica, through its Agriculture Advocacy Programme, convened partners and other stakeholders in a policy and strategy development dialogue: “Agency and Accountability: Securing Citizens’ Voices and Participation in Africa’s Agriculture Development” from 2 to 3 April 2019 in Kigali, Rwanda. The two-day convening brought together participants from across the continent, including regional, strategic partners, smallholder farmer organisations, civil society, and government representatives.

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