KIND Nigeria joins EFCC on March Against Corruption (MAC)
KIND Nigeria has teamed up with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in a programme called the March against Corruption (MAC)
To sensitize Nigerians, on the need to claim ownership of the War against corruption in the country, by getting Involved in the advocacy.
To reject any form of Legislation aimed at giving amnesty to those indicted for corruption.
To protest slow pace of action of the judiciary in corruption related cases.
To Reject the National Assembly foot-dragging in passing bills aimed at strengthening the fight against corruption.
To put an immediate stop to the phenomenon of double pension enjoyed by Ex. Governor and other public officers.
Demand the publication of names of those who have been indicted including record of their loots.
A declaration of support for all anti-corruption agencies.
A vigorous launch of the Red Flag Campaign on Social Media including: Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Twitter Snapchat, tumblr, blogger, foursquare, Linkedin, etc.
A Press Conference to announce to the general public details and Programmes involved in the March against corruption and to use the Press Conference as a medium to reach out to Nigerians and mobilize them in their Tens and Thousands.
TIME TABLE FOR PROPOSED ACTION
MONDAY, AUGUST 7
Social Media Launch
TUESDAY, AUGUST 8
Press Conference to unveil group’s identity and programs.
THURSDAY AUGUST 10,
Mass Movement Against Corruption in Lagos, to terminate at the Lagos State House of Assembly.
Media Appearances including: TV bulletin programmes and Radio Talk shows
This will serve as an avenue of reaching out, to a wider section of Nigerians, particularly the religious organizations.
SATURDAY AUGUST 12
Media Boost / Review of Action
Social Media Team
Public Address System
Prints (Flags, Bandana, Handbills, T-Shirts, Backdrops, Roll Up Banners, Posters).
Join us on Twitter to march against corruption.
Vital Voices Network: 5 funding and grant opportunities for 2017
KIND Youth beneficiaries march with WARDC and Purple Nigeria on IWD 2017
Beneficiaries of KIND leadership programmes in universities and polytechnics around Lagos joined Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC) and Purple Nigeria on a road walk for the International Women’s Day, March 8, 2017.
They marched from Ikeja Under Bridge to Lagos State Government House to discuss issues of concern affecting women in the state in commemoration of International Women’s Day but were disappointed when Governor Akinwumi Ambode did not meet with them.
KIND LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME IN UNIVERSITIES AND POLYTECHNICS
LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME IN UNIVERSITIES AND POLYTECHNICS
In partnership with the UK Department for International Development (DFID) through Voices for Change (now Purple) KIND was able to improve the Leadership, Decision making and Life-Skills competencies of adolescent boys and girls between the ages of 16 – 25 in University of Lagos (UNILAG) and Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH).
We employed the use of interactive virtual and physical platforms, referred to as ‘safe spaces’ in the school training. Over 450 young people have benefited from the leadership development programme in both schools and we are still in the process of training more.
PICTURE OF THE TRAINED STUDENTS:
Students on the programme’s impact
Buki Temitope, one trained female student said ‘The training has helped me to develop my leadership skill and made me more assertive’
Oyewunmi Waliu, one of the trained boys said ‘The training made me understand the true meaning of Gender and gender equality and also know how to convince my colleagues not to practice violence against women’
KIND Child Rights Project in Kano State
Child Rights Project (Kano State)
This is a European Union (EU) sponsored project. KIND partnered with VSO International Nigeria to carry out the project in Kano State. The Objective of this initiative is to strengthen local child rights focused based civil society organizations and promote the effective civil society and community action as an effective force in fostering an enabling environment for the passage of the Child Rights Act in the state.
We equipped 40 students and 32 teachers in 16 schools from 6 Local Government Areas in Kano State and Kano State-based CSOs on the basic requirements of child rights.