The Human Rights Agenda Network (HRAN) membership is open to NGOs, CBOs and other organisations working to protect and promote human rights in Nigeria. Individuals working on, or committed to human rights may also apply. The network provides a forum for developing contacts, building relationships and sharing ideas and experiences. Members can link with other CSOs organisations and individuals to ensure coordinated activities, which have a wide reach through a range of network events and communications mechanisms. There are a number of other benefits of joining HRAN.


As a member of the Human Rights Agenda Network you will benefit from:
► Weekly updates on the state of human rights in Nigeria
► Regular updates on Human Rights funding opportunities
► Access to a wide range of capacity building training
► Quarterly newsletters on HRAN activities (electronic and paper)
► Contacts and linkages with other organisations working under the same thematic area as you (outlined below)
► The option to join a thematic group, creating linkages among members for mentoring and partnerships


HRAN is a network of civil society organizations and activists working on human rights issues in Nigeria. It arose from an informal collaboration of human rights NGOs to prepare an alternative report to Nigeria's Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in March 2009. Read more!


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