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citizens’ rights

promote and propagate human rights

While promoting the rights of individual citizens everywhere in the country, the Organisation will recognise the rights of peoples, including minorities

oppose all forms of discrimination

We Nigerian peoples for collective action against social inequality and towards building economic systems that benefit all citizens

CRC is in support of Democracy, transparency and accountability, inclusive and good governance, in Nigeria and Africa

About us


We are a mass-based grassroot organisation borne out of the necessity to build a national movement for defending the human and social rights of citizens and to promote mass platforms for power to achieve fundamental social change in Nigeria.

Our Organisation will build membership from the grassroots and mobilise them to immediately confront social challenges collectively

Our Aims and Objectives

To promote and propagate the human rights of any disadvantaged class, group or community and encourage a healthy environment for the citizens

Child Rights

Children have equal standing as members of the human family and are neither the property of their parents nor the state, nor are they merely beings in the making

Right to Health

The right to health is one of a set of internationally agreed human rights standards and is inseparable or ‘indivisible’ from these other rights.

Disadvantaged Populations

 Minority, elderly, people with disabilities, require extensive and intensive medical and nonmedical services

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CRC Demands Swift Justice for the Tragic Killing of Two-Year-Old Boy by NDLEA Officers

In a stern stance against the heart-wrenching incident involving the untimely demise of a two-year-old boy at the hands of NDLEA officers in the vicinity of Sweet Spirit, Okpanam road, Asaba, Delta State of Nigeria, the Civil Rights Council of Nigeria has issued a resounding call for accountability.

CRC Rivers State Joins Labour March to Protest Soaring Cost of Living

In a powerful display of solidarity and concern, the Civil Rights Council (CRC) of Rivers State joined forces with the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) in a resounding protest against the surging cost of living that has been gripping the nation.

Observation of the 25th of February 2023 General Elections in Delta State by CRC Asaba Unit

The Asaba chapter of the Civil Rights Council monitored the General Election in various units to note incidences of intimidation, harassment, human rights abuse and any bait intended to bend the will of the voters against constitutional procedure.

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