Dorothy Njemanze Foundation strongly advocates the immediate passage of the Gender and Equal Opportunities(GEO) Bill by the National Assembly in Nigeria. Kindly read the progressive contents of the bill and join the advocacy.
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In a case of gender based violence against women in the federal capital city of Nigeria Abuja FCT by agents of the Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB), the Nigerian Police and the Nigerian Military, four young women by name Dorothy
This shadow report was submitted to the 67th CEDAW Session (July 2017) and draws attention to specific obstacles hindering the effective implementation of the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security in Nigeria. This is a submission
The case of Dorothy Chioma Njemanze & 3 Others V. The Federal Republic of Nigeria at the ECOWAS Community Court of Justice was heard on Monday, 30 November, 2015.
A witness for the Plaintiffs gave his testimony and was cross-examined. The case
The Supreme Court has voided the Igbo law and custom, which forbid a female from inheriting her late father’s estate, on the grounds that it is discriminatory and conflicts with the provision of the constitution.
The court held that the
Did we ever feel too little to make a difference or becloud our minds with doubts and disbelief? I guess i was on that path at some point. Just like my reflection in the mirror, I could see myself in
OTHERS WILL CHOOSE TO DESTROY YOU FROM THE INSIDE OUT.
It is easy to slip into denial and rationalization in a physically abusive relationship. It’s even easier when the scars can not be seen from the outside. Emotional abuse is