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20 Jul

Can Nigeria dare to dream for a brighter future of religious freedom?

Pastor Ayo, CEO of peace organisation PSJ UK, shares highlights from their fringe events at the Freedom of Religion or Belief Conference, and his hopes for Nigeria Peace and Social Justice (PSJ UK) is an international non-profit organisation that seeks to promote peace building, social justice and sustainable development in Nigeria and other parts of […]

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29 Jun

Fiona Bruce: The progress being made on religious freedom

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12 Jun

Impunity in Nigeria – Democracy Day should be renamed Deborah Day

Deborah Samuel – Stoned and Burnt to death by Schoolmates June 12 is Democracy Day in Nigeria, but this year it also happens to be the one-month anniversary since an angry mob of un-hooded classmates savagely hunted down Deborah Samuel, having accused her of blasphemy and proceeded to mete out a death sentence even though […]

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28 May

The Train That Took Tomorrow

It has been two months since we heard the news, but my little brother still waits by the gate for Mama and Amina to return. He leans against the concrete wall, ignores my pleas and sobs silently. How do I explain what happened to him when I struggle to make sense of it myself? A […]

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22 May

How Liz Truss Can Champion Religious Freedom at U.K. Ministerial Conference

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30 Mar

JOINT VISIT REPORT

MARCH 2022

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21 Oct

PSJ Icon presents Bernard-Henri Levi

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21 Oct

What the UK/US withdrawal from Afghanistan and France’s withdrawal from Mali means for Jihadism in Africa

By: David Hundeyin By early 2022, more than 2,000 French troops currently stationed in and around Northern Mali will be on their way home. The French-led Operation Barkhane – a military campaign targeting insurgent Islamists in Africa’s Sahel region – will no longer be the spearhead of French military involvement in the region, according to […]

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27 Sep

Nigeria School Abductions – Human Rights Groups launch petition for safer education.

The UK and Nigerian Governments must “act decisively” to protect schools from terrorist attacks and prevent further abductions of schoolchildren, according to signatories of an urgent Safer Education petition. The petition, launched today by four international human rights groups, highlights the persistent failures of lawmakers to help Nigerian students fulfil their potential. It urges the […]

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19 Sep

Untimely death of Dr Obadiah Mailafia

PSJUK is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Dr Obadiah Mailafia on the 19th September 2021. We keep His family and loved ones in our prayers at this time. Dr Mailafia was a friend to PSJ. We were honoured to have Dr Mailafia speak at PSJUk’s first annual conference in 2019. He was […]

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