The Human Rights, Social development and enveronmental foundation held its STOP TORTURE Enlightment Campaign Programme in Collabration with Amnesty International on 3rd September 2016. at No: 13 Creek Road, Port Harcourt. See Videos Below:
HURSDEF recognizes the International Women’s Day and joins the world in celebrating the cultural, social, economic and political importance, and achievements, of women around the world. We celebrate women regardless of their ethnicity, culture, language, economic or political strength or weakness. With this year’s theme “Planet 50-50 by 2030: Step it up for Gender Equality” […]
program An address by Comrade Justine Ijeomah – Executive Director, Human Rights Social Development and Environmental Foundation (HURSDEF). Introduction: Human Rights, Social Development and Environmental Foundation (HURSDEF) is a grass root independent non-governmental organization which has being in operation since 2008 and heartily devoted to the protection of the: Rights and privileges of the down-trodden and less […]
“To be in a context of brutal police violence and beatings, death threats and assassination attempts sustainably have been fighting against violations of human rights, particularly among the poor and less educated, and to persistently working for the abolition of the death penalty awarded to Justine Ijeomah, Nigeria, Per Anger Prize in 2013. “ See […]
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.
2013 Per Anger prize winner Justine Ijeomah from Nigera. Keeps his acceptance speech at the awards ceremony Nov. 14, 2013, at Kulturhuset in Stockholm. (The speech is in English). The clip contains documentary footage from the human rights organization HURSDEFs work
Seminarium: Moral courage from a micro- and macro perspective from Levandehistoria on Vimeo. Panel discussion on human rights with the author Inger Carlberg, Per Anger Prize winner Justine Ijeomah, Amnesty Sweden’s Secretary General Lise Berg and post paver Sigrid Rausing. The conversation took place after the Per Anger prize ceremony, November 14, 2013.