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upholding

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

CRC

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

21 +

CRC Units

150 +

Interventions

15 +

Litigations

55 +

Collaborations

Complaint of threat to life by Mr. Zikue Nwi-ue

A case of Assault, extortion and stealing, illegal possession of firearms, a threat to life, threatening violence, invocation of juju and conducts likely to cause a breach of public peace by Mr. Zikue Nwi-ue

CIVIL RIGHTS COUNCIL PROTESTS WITH NIGERIA LABOUR CONGRESS IN SOLIDARITY WITH ACADEMIC STAFF UNION OF UNIVERSITIES TO PRESS HOME DEMANDS ON THE GOVERNMENT

On July 26th and 27th 2022, the Nigerian Labour Congress with its affiliate unions declared a two-day nation-wide protest in collaboration with Civil society organizations. The two days protest was organized in solidarity with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) that embarked on a strike over breach of labour agreements by the federal government over staff welfare and funding of the Nigerian universities. Protester march through the streets of Port Harcourt to demand an end to ASUU strike to ensure students go back to school The procession which took off from the Labour House in Port Harcourt opened with

A Case of Illegal Detention, Extortion and Seizure of Motor Vehicle (Taxi) by Men of the Anti-Robbery Squad

A motion on Notice for the honourable court admitting the accused/applicants to bail pending his trial and for such further order or orders as honourable courts may deem fit to make in this circumstance of this case

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