Nigeria: Human rights agenda 2011-2015
Members of Nigeria's National Assembly, the highest law making body in the country, are uniquely placed to improve Nigeria's national human rights record. This document sets out ten areas for action by the National Assembly. These include police and justice sector reform, an end to the death penalty, forced evictions, violence against women, action to tackle discrimination on grounds of gender or sexual orientation, greater human rights protection for children and stronger regulation of the oil industry.
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