Namati

Block 21 government house secretariat
Awka, Anambra
Nigeria

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Nkechi Ugwuanyi


Added on: Jul 19, 2018

Last Updated: Jul 20, 2018

In all the states of Nigeria. The commission has the mandate to protect promote and enforce Human Rights.

The National Human Rights commission  in Nigeria was established by the National Human Rights Act 1995 and amended  in 2010.I 2012 the state was established at state capital to facilitate ease of access by the community people of Anmbra  state. The commission also served advancing extrajudicial   mechanism used to advance justice in the society.To achieve that she collaborates with other NGos and human rights stake holder.

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Nkechi Ugwuanyi

Nkechi Ugwuanyi is a passionate human right defender and graduate of Guidance and counseling. Presently she is a chief investigation officer and a the state coordinator of National Human Rights Commission Anambra State office in Nigeria. Her job revnolves around promotion, protection and enforcing human rights through investigation, mediation, research, conflict resolution, peace building, education, public awareness etc. She specializes in Women and children rights. I have joined Namati to acquire more expertise, share knowledge and collaborate towards addressing advancing justice in the general society.

Nigeria

Uzoamaka Ifechi-Fred

i am Uzoamaka Ifechi-Fred, a female, christian, Legal Practitioner in Nigeria and a human right advocate. i am specialized in Human rights, litigation, legal Consultancy, research,Monitoring and Evaluation Intellectual Property. I currently work as a Principal Legal Officer with the National Human Rights Commission, and by joining the NAMATI network i am looking to network withy other people, meet new people and collaborate with other people within the Community.

Nigeria

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