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African Law Foundation (AFRILAW)


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African Law Foundation (AFRILAW) is an independent, non-profit and non-partisan development law organization with headquarter at Enugu, Enugu State of Nigeria, and office at Abuja. The vision of AFRILAW is a prosperous Africa and a world where people live just and better life. Our mission is to build a better and sustainable African society through the rule of law, human rights and justice.


AFRILAW works and services is currently focused on Organised Crime and Criminal Justice Administration, Access to Justice and Legal Empowerment of the Poor, SDGs, Drugs Law and Policy Reform, Public Safety and Security, Public Health Law and Human Rights, Democratic Governance and Civic Participation, Business and Human Rights/Corporate Accountability, Fair Trade and Sustainable Investment, Gender Justice and Child Rights Protection and Climatic Justice.


AFRILAW is a member of many local and international associations and networks such as Global Legal Empowerment Network, CSOs Observatory on Administration of Criminal Justice in Nigeria, Community Intervention Network on Drugs (CIND), HIV Justice Worldwide, Coalition on Human Rights in Development, OECD Watch Network, African Coalition on Corporate Accountability (ACCA), International Advocates Working Group (IAWG), International Code of Conduct Association (ICoCA), CIVICUS Global Alliance, Affirmative Action Initiative for Women (NCAA), International Association of Legal Ethics, Global Alliance for Justice Education (GAJE), Child Protection Network (CPN), MenEngaged Global Alliance, World Federation for Democracy, and World Bank-Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development.


AFRILAW is registered with the Nigerian Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) as a non-profit organization and company limited by guarantee with registration number RC 1159775.