Nigeria

Dans le cadre de la politique nationale visant à étendre le champ d'application de la loi islamique (charia), ...
Back from the north and middle belt of Nigeria, Margot Badran writes on current religious-political debates six years after the emergence of “shariah states.”
Christian churches in central Nigeria are accusing politicians of provoking much of the violence that has killed up to 3,000 people in the last four years.
Les députés de l'Etat de Kano, dans le nord du Nigeria, ont voté une loi interdisant aux hommes et aux femmes de s'asseoir ensemble dans le bus, comme prévu par la charia, la loi islamique, rapporte ce vendredi le journal privé Guardian.
In December 2004, BAOBAB for Women’s Human Rights with support from the New Tactic Project Micro Grant, organized a workshop which trained journalists in the identification of human rights issues and the development of creative strategies and tactics.
Baobab for Women's Human Rights co-organised the Institute, to strengthen participants' capacity to become better trainers & advocates in empowering grassroots women to become effective decision-makers in their families, communities, & societies.
BAOBAB for Women’s Human Rights is lending its voice to the call for the full participation of women in the forthcoming National Political Conference.
WLUML regional coordination office BAOBAB for Women’s Human Rights, a partner of WLP, will convene the Africa Regional Learning Institute for Women's Leadership and Training of Trainers from February 21-25, 2005 in Calabar, Nigeria.
On the 9 December 2004 an Upper Sharia Court in Ningi, Bauchi state, discharged and acquitted Daso Adamu of a death sentence by stoning.
Daso Adamu has been discharged and acquitted.
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