CSSRI

Civil Society Self-Regulatory Initiative

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CSSRI
Civil Society
Self-Regulatory Initiative
CSSRI
Civil Society
Self-Regulatory Initiative

CSO Self-Regulatory Initiative

As part of the activities for this project, a National Technical Committee (NTC) comprising nonprofit national and subnational networks which NNNGO is a part of, has developed self-regulatory

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CSO Self-Regulation

To subscribe to the CSO self-regulation in Nigeria, kindly fill out the form using the link below:

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Code of Conduct

The Code has been developed as a set of good practices balanced with stakeholder expectations and statutory regulatory

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Guiding Principle

At the point of formation, nonprofits are expected to clearly state their purpose (objects) as this determines how they are classified by the regulator or the nonprofit sub-types it can register with. Its purpose also sets it out for benefits

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About Civil Society Self-Regulatory Initiative (CSSRI)

The number of CSOs (non-governmental organisations, community-based organisations, foundations, thematic networks, platforms, umbrellas, and network bodies) have grown dramatically across the country. As the numbers are increasing so is their profile and activities along with their influence, community power and position.

While they continue to deliver hope and development to communities, CSOs have also come under increased scrutiny from the public, government, media, private sector, and civil society itself. As representatives of the issues that affects the common man including speaking on behalf of the often left behind, stakeholders have called out CSOs on their transparency and accountability.

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Articles

CONSULTATION REPORT Civil Society Self-Regulation in Nigeria.

The Nigeria Network of NGOs together with Palladium and British Council, with the support

October 13, 2021

CSOs Develop Self-Regulatory Framework for Improved Accountability and Transparency.

As part of efforts to improve credibility, accountability and transparency in the operatio

February 21, 2022

What Does Civil Society Self-Regulation Look Like in Practice?

Earlier in June, the Nigeria Network of NGOs hosted over 70 Civil Society Organisations to

June 27, 2022

Media

Committee Profile

AMB. PEGGY CHUKWUEMEKA

Amb. Peggy Chukwuemeka is the Executive Director of Parent-Child Intervention Centre (PCIC). Peggy is a psychologist, researcher, and an author. With over 8yrs
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JOHN ETIM EDET

John Etim Edet is currently an Organizational Development Subject Matter Expert in WEWE/Palladium USAID-funded Strengthening Civic Advocacy and Local Engagement project. He has  Read more

AMB. GRACE ESE OBAKINA

Grace Ese Obakina is a Certified Community Guide-Nigeria AIDS Indicator and Impact Survey (NAIIS) by the University of Maryland Baltimore and Consortium Partners, 2018.
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ALABIDUN MAHFUZ

Alabidun Mahfuz is the Founder and Executive Director of the INMATES EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, a foundation that is specifically aimed at bringing education closer to the inmates

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