News & Highlights

Tuesday, 02.06.20 - Online | Promoting Democracy and Participation | Event

FES Nigeria launches the African Media Barometer 2019 Report

The clamp-down on media by the state has created a greater sense of insecurity among journalists in Nigeria. This was one of the highlights from the...


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Wednesday, 20.05.20 - Online | Promoting Democracy and Participation | Event

FES Nigeria hosts virtual roundtable on "Making Nigeria’s Response to COVID-19 Gender-Sensitive"

The roundtable brought active experts from CSOs, International Organisations/Donors, Academics, Informal sector organisations, the Presidential Task...


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Wednesday, 18.03.20 to Thursday, 19.03.20 - Abuja | Socially Just and Sustainable Economic Development | Event

Hon. Minister, Parliament receives CoSET on Advocacy Visit to End Gas Flaring in Nigeria

Nigeria, at different international fora, has pledged to end gas flaring by 2020. It was important for the CoSET core team to meet and finalize the...


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Saturday, 14.03.20 to Sunday, 15.03.20 - Abuja | Promoting Democracy and Participation | Event

2020 Edition of the FES Youth Activists Programme Kicks off

The 2020 Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Open Minds Young Voices (FESOMYV) - Youth Activists Programme, which is in its 3rd consecutive year, kicked off on...


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Tuesday, 26.11.19 - Port Harcourt, Rivers State | Socially Just and Sustainable Economic Development | Event

#EndGasFlaringNow Campaign Launch

One of the cardinal focus of CoSET is to ensure that 2020 is the final deadline to end gas flaring in Nigeria, 35 years after its ban!


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Thursday, 14.11.19 - Abuja | Public Debate on Issues of International Relations and Security Policy | Event

Border Closure: People versus Policy

Since September 2019, Nigeria closed its land borders to neighbouring countries within and outside the ECOWAS region citing security and economic...


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Sunday, 17.11.19 to Monday, 18.11.19 - Abuja | Socially Just and Sustainable Economic Development | Event

Pre-Congress Activity on Climate Change, Just Transition and Green Jobs

Stakeholders of the African Regional Organization of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC-Africa) gathered in Abuja for a pre-congress...


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| Youth Activists Programme | Event

Applications now open for 2020 'Open Minds - Young Voices' Youth Activists Programme

The Open Minds - Young Voices Programme is an empowerment programme aimed at developing young, motivated and proactive Nigerians that are working and...


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Tuesday, 27.08.19 to Wednesday, 28.08.19 - Abuja | News

Trade Unions fight against Food Insecurity and Malnutrition in West Africa

Although Nigeria accounts for 60-70% of the West African sub-region GDP, the country has recorded disturbing hunger and under-nutrition statistics...


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Monday, 12.08.19 to Monday, 19.08.19 - Abuja | Public Debate on Issues of International Relations and Security Policy | Event

Young West Africans learn about the role of ECOWAS and CSOs in Security Sector Reform and Governance

During the 10th edition of the ‘Get to Know ECOWAS’ programme, young West Africans gained insights into the role of ECOWAS and CSOs in regional...


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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung 
Nigeria Office

P.O.Box. 5142
Wuse, Abuja
Nigeria

Abuja Office
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Publications

  • African media barometer

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  • Baseline study of the state of play of security sector governance and the inclusion of civil society in security sector reform processes in Nigeria, Mali, Cameroon and Wider ECOWAS/ECCAS Region

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  • Etude de référence sur lʿétat dʿavancement de la gouvernance du secteur de la sécurité (GSS) et lʿinclusion de la société civile dans les processus de réforme des systèmes de sécurité (RSS) au Nigeria, au Mali, au Cameroun et dans lʿespace élargi de la CEDEAO

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