Accountability Lab Nigeria works out of a bustling office in Abuja.
Integrity Icon: a campaign to find, celebrate and support honest government officials to change the narrative around corruption and build coalitions for reform. The 2020 Integrity Icons were unveiled and they are Faith Momoh, Abiola Jimoh, Phillip Ezegbulam, Dr. Mohammad Rabiu and Oyeronke Suebat, who work across the sectors of education, health and law enforcement.
Accountability Incubator: Recruitment for the 2020 cohort focused on attracting applications from young people interested in working in the fields of extractives, education and health.
Voice2Rep: An album featuring all the artists involved in the 2018/2019 edition of the competition titled In These Present Times was released on all major streaming platforms include iTunes and Amazon. The 2020 edition of the competition focuses on women’s rights and freedoms.
Civic Action Teams: Focusing on the natural resources sector.
SDG16: A national competition to support young leaders to craft innovative and sustainable solutions to challenges related to SDG16. This year the focus was on ideas around open government and transparency and especially targeted young men and women aged 15 to 35 interested in developing ideas and building skills around accountability, the rule of law and access to justice for Nigerians.
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At the first edition of the Accountability Chat #TAC, we will engage development experts @IfenduEbere @AyebatariWills and https://t.co/BhI0vDdT3c