PORT HARCOURT , 17 January, 2020 / 2:35 AM (ACI Africa).- The brave fight mounted by religious sisters against human traffickers in Nigeria has been a key highlight of the ongoing conference that has brought together religious men and women … Continued
Nigeria currently has 13.2 million out-of-school children, according to Nigeria’s education board. Also, child labor has remained an issue throughout the country despite the Child Rights Act that was signed into law by the federal government. In February, Nigeria’s National … Continued
Rev. Aniedi Okure is featured in Servizio Informazione Religiosa, on the impact of the 2016 Presidential elections in the US on Immigrants. Theis article is in Italian.
To harness African sisters’ enormous potential to work for a more just society and to engage in action for justice requires rallying their political will in this direction.
Opposition and civil society groups which declined to attend the dialogue or boycotted the forum made a very bad political calculation.
Bishops and organisations are joining forces to combat land grabbing…
Bahati Jacques, AFJN Policy Analyst on WPFW’s Africa Now program to discuss Land Grab in Africa and Cameroon in general.
UN policies must benefit Africa
Rev. Fr. Aniedi Okure, OP addressing Acholi leaders in Gulu
Democracy is not about elections.