Promote Peace Building, Social Justice and Sustainable Development in Nigeria

Our Vision

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

Our Mission

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


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How we promote peace building


We carry out and publish credible research about injustices and killings


We mobilise our collective voices into ONE cohesive voice which speaks up and against social injustice, insecurity and other forms of violence and persecution.


We provide direct and tangible support and relief to victims and survivors of the scourges that we advocate against. We work to restore peace into the lives of people who make up the communities.

Essential help for those facing unimaginable oppression

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Choose the perfect help plan for you

The support we receive at PSJUK will go a very long way in contributing to the cause we believe in and have so much passion for, by advocating for peace and social justice. Please consider making either a regular gift or a one-off gift to help us keep attention and action on the issues of insecurity and injustice in Nigeria. Your contributions go directly towards a greater transformation.


£ 10.00


A recurring monthly donation of £10.00 would help support the ongoing full-time advocacy efforts which we do with regard to the various injustices currently happening in Nigeria. Please help us to sustain this.

Feed a Victim / Survivor for a year

£ 100.00


A one-off payment of £100 could feed a victim/survivor of atrocities in Nigeria for up to a full year. In many parts of Nigeria, victims and survivors of the most horrific atrocities receive no help from the government for even basic survival items like food, less so for trauma support.

They are often left to fend for themselves and thereby limit their chances of being able to get over the horrors that they have experienced. Can you step in to help? Would You?

Recurring Donations

A recurring monthly payment can help contribute towards promoting change and development in Nigeria, making it a safer place for the community at large.

Ongoing Aid

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.

All our latest news and updates

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

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. […]

Tobi Emmnanuel



Sharibu UK Visit

Rebecca Sharibu, the mother of Leah Sharibu who was kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists from her school in Nigeria two years ago, has been traveling around London in a fervent […]




Justice should not Remain Blind in Nigeria!

Justice should not Remain Blind in Nigeria!     The phrase “Justice is Blind” or in Latin “Justitia est Caecus” implies that justice is objective and unbiased. Justice is expected […]




Nigeria’s Governance Crisis: Sharing Power with Terrorists and Non-State Actors

In Nigeria, a disturbing reality has emerged: the government shares governance and tax collection responsibilities with terrorists and various types of non-state actors. This alarming situation not only undermines the […]




Who Benefits From Insecurity in Nigeria?

. Kingsley Okechukwu . According to the Global Terrorism Index, Nigeria is the sixth most terrorised country on the planet. Four of the five countries more terrorised than Nigeria are […]

Nnenna Joseph


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