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The Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC) says it has commenced the implementation of the Spotlight Initiative Project in Lagos State to eliminate all…
Dr Abiola Akiyode-Afolabi, the Executive Director, Women Advocates Research & Documentation Centre, WARDC, speaks on the rise in rape cases. Rape has of late been…
If dressing is reason for rape, children shouldn’t be victims — Executive Director, women advocacy centre, Akiyode-Afolabi Published July 21, 2020 Executive Director, Women Advocates…
Gender-Based Violence Abiola Akiode-Afolabi, who is the executive director of WARDC, said although there was high prevalence of gender-based violence before the COVID-19, the pandemic and…
A non governmental organisation, Women Advocates’ Research And Documentation Center (WARDC) has released a survey it commissioned which reveals that women were majorly sidelined by the…
Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC) is a non-profit civil rights organization established in the year 2000. To promote respect for human rights, gender equality, equity, the rule of law, accountability, and social justice in Nigeria.
WARDC is a women’s rights organization in Nigeria, which provides pro bono legal services for women victims of gender-based violence and other women’s rights abuse.
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