Sponsor a Child

The tragic conflicts in The Middle Belt and North East of Nigeria have left over two million people internally displaced within the country. Many of these are innocent children who’s lives and futures are now potentially impacted negatively forever but you can step in to change that trajectory by sponsoring one or more child(ren) to […]

PSJ Hails the Adamawa Peace Accord

Tentative steps towards peace have been taken after farmers and herders in the Bole Community of Yola South Local Government Area of Adamawa signed a Peace Accord last week. PSJ welcomes this initiative and believe it offers hope for a more peaceful future for the region. Made through collaboration with the British Council through its […]

‘Nigeria; The Way Forward’ is Set to be PSJs Inaugural Conference

Following the launch of new NGO PSJ (UK) and International organisation of Peace and Social Justice advocacy, an inaugural conference entitled ‘Nigeria; The Way Forward’ will be held on November 22nd at Westminster Central Hall in London. The conference begins at 6:30 pm prompt and cocktails will be served prior from 6pm. The conference focuses […]

PSJ Reacts to the Wilton Park Report on Internally Displaced People

The recent Wilton Park report into Internally Displaced Peoples (IDPs) takes a close look at the issue of internal displacement which is a growing global problem, occurring largely due to conflicts in several parts of the world, including Nigeria. As a result of violence and conflict such as the Boko Haram insurgency, over 613,000 people […]

New NGO, PSJ(UK) Launches as an International Advocacy Organisation for Peace and Social Justice

The International Organisation for Peace and Social Justice has launched as a new UK Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) that is dedicated to the promotion of social justice and sustainable development both globally and particularly in the region of Nigeria. PSJ aims to engage with and organise a network of global partners who are committed to the […]

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