Per Anger Prize winner Justine Ijeomah tells of Human Rights Passport. A passport which he gives to street children in Port Harcourt. The passport is the child’s name, age and Justine’s phone number. When the police call, he can confirm the child’s identity.
Nigeria: No justice for the dead … (they were later released after intervention by the ngo, human rights, social development and environmental foundation, hursdef.). … 5 Feb 2013 Report AFR 44/001/2013 Nigeria: Forced eviction of Abonnema Wharf waterfront: “Pack and … … companies. © HURSDEF. Hundreds of buildings destroyed as […]
On 18 November 2012, human rights defender Mr. Justine Ijeomah was forced to go into hiding, , two days after he was physically assaulted and received death threats as a result of his investigation into the arrest of a member of his organisation. Justine Ijeomah is a Nigerian human rights defender and Chairman of the Human Rights, Social […]
On 26 May 2010, human rights defender Mr Justine Ijeomah was assaulted by a police officer while in detention at Mile One Police Station in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Justine Ijeomah is the Secretary of the Rivers State branch of the Civil Liberties Organisation (CLO), a non-governmental human rights organisation which aims to enhance human rights […]