Publications

Investigation of Barr. Willie Amadi

Peter Nwoke, a 20-year-old Nigerian, was recently arrested for allegedly blackmailing an appointee of President Muhammadu Buhari - Chief Willie Amadi - with a supposed capturing Chief Amadi topless in a room with 2 naked girls. In the video, Chief Amadi, a lawyer and Federal Commissioner, Imo State Office of the Public Complaints Commission, is…

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ACT Foundation Report Indicates Resilience of African Non-Profits Despite COVID-19

Amidst the economic downturn and uncertainties occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic, non-profit organisations in Africa have shown remarkable resilience and adaptability, providing critical services to their communities while operating in difficult conditions. While some have adapted to the new normal and have begun to revive their operations, others are yet to recover from the devastating…

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CSR-in-Action, Stakeholders Highlight Women’s Role in Combating Climate Change

As the threat of climate change on their livelihoods and habitat intensifies, Nigerian women have been challenged to increase their capacity to create innovative solutions that mitigate this threat. This was the focus of discussions at a recent seminar on how women in the extractive industries can strengthen the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) climate change…

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Dr. Ogbonnya Orji Finally Emerges NEITI Executive Secretary

President Muhammadu Buhari approved the appointment of our very own Dr. Orji Ogbonnaya Orji as the Executive Secretary, Nigerian Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI), a move largely lauded by key stakeholders, including from within government, business and civil society, as a result of Dr Orji’s stellar performance within the agency over the years. NEITI was…

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Congratulations to the New WTO Director-General, we are proud of you!

CSR-in-Action celebrates the appointment of Dr. Ngozi Okonjo- Iweala as Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO) at which she emerged as the first female and first African leader to attain such a significant career height, just in time to mark International Women’s Day for 2021 #IWD. Dr. Okonjo-Iweala, the 2020 recipient of the Aminu…

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Building a Sustainable Economy: Livestock Production

It is no news that a strong growing sustainable economy is the goal of every nation. To set Nigeria’s economy on a path of rebirth and recovery, there is a need for a diversification of the economy for growth in all sectors. Building a sustainable economy is now more important than ever. The contribution of…

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#EndSARS Protest – The Bravery of Nigerian Women

Two years ago, the Disney movie Black Panther reminded the world of how invaluable women are in fighting for freedom in Africa. The female warriors from the movie portrayed the Dahomey Amazons who were frontline soldiers in the army of the Kingdom of Dahomey, a West African empire that existed from 1625 to 1894. Its…

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What the Mining Industry Needs – More Women

“In an era where innovation is highly prized, environments that foster diversity will come up trumps.” Globally, only 1 in 5 businesses have a female CEO or senior manager, and this holds true for smaller businesses than the big companies who have even fewer women, except for countries like Thailand and Cambodia where you can…

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CSR-in-Action, Global Rights, and Zenera Consulting Organise 2nd Community and Human Rights (CAHR) Award; Recognises Individual and Business Social Impacts

CSR-in-Action and partners have concluded plans to organise the second edition of the CAHR Awards – pronounced “Car Awards” –  to mainstream discussions and encourage the entrenchment of human rights practices within corporate organisations and the society. The award ceremony will take place during this year’s Sustainability in the Extractive Industries (SITEI 2020) Conference that…

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CSR-in-Action Organises 9th SITEI Conference: SITEI 2020; Empowers Women from Extractive Communities

CSR-in-Action and partners have concluded plans to organise the 9th Sustainability in the Extractive Industries (SITEI) Conference to discuss and proffer solutions to the increased risk and challenges that the sector poses for women and girls, and to implement turnkey strategies that will holistically address these risks through focused engagement, investment in community women, and…

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