Nigeria: Collaborating for change: Impact study of the ‘forced evictions and the right to adequate housing’ campaign in Nigeria: executive summary
This is the summary of a report which presents the results of an impact study on Amnesty International’s role in the Forced Evictions and the Right to Adequate Housing campaign in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, between April 2010 and December 2011. The impact study identified areas of the campaign that would benefit from further consideration for the purposes of improvement and for generating further impact which are listed in this summary with recommendations for future actions.
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