Promote Peace Building, Social Justice and Sustainable Development in Nigeria
To become a primary support, a strong voice, and a trusted ally of every community in Nigeria in the process of peace building and social justice
To engage national and international institutions in order to persistently advocate for justice and peace, and the rights of the people, especially in marginalized communities
Together, we’ll mobilise international cooperation to fight against social injustices and promote peace.
PSJ UK is partnering with Baroness Caroline Cox and HART (Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust) to purchase and kit out mobile school buses that will go from location to location, taking essential education supplies to displaced children in central Nigeria.
Sunday, February 19th 2023 marked four years since Leah Sharibu was brutally abducted by Boko Haram.
A recurring monthly payment can help contribute towards promoting change and development in Nigeria, making it a safer place for the community at large.
PSJ engages and organises a global network of partners to act as a voice for marginalised communities and to create a model for active community advocacy for minority groups. A recurring payment will go a long way in sustaining an active community that will drive a change.
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Below are recent publications from PSJ UK to inform and equip you. Please lend your voice by commenting, reacting or submitting your own contributions for review and possible publication.
Nigeria’s Silent Slaughter: Genocide in Nigeria and the Implications for the International Community, a recently released, data tome, written and compiled by organizations at the forefront of advocacy in Nigeria. These individuals along with their respective organisations are actively involved in exposing the atrocities and the slaughter currently engulfing Nigeria. The research, data, testimonies, and […]
Andrew Mitchell: Minister of State – (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office) (Minister for Development), Minister of State (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office) (Minister for Development and Africa)The UK Government condemns the abduction and continued captivity of children by Boko Haram and Islamic State West Africa (ISWA) in North East Nigeria. This includes the 2014 kidnapping […]
James Cartlidge: The Minister of State – Ministry of DefenceThe Ministry of Defence does not hold details on the quantity of small arms sent to Nigeria by UK businesses. Information on export licences issued to UK businesses is held with the Department of Business and Trade as the licensing authority on exporting strategic goods. HM […]
One year after, the death of Deborah Samuel, the 25-year-old 200 Level student of Home Economics lynched for blasphemy on May 12th, 2022, the case of her suspects has been swept under the carpet. Sokoto State Government, the Federal Government and the Nigeria Police Force, who promised to ensure justice was done, have not held […]