KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: A GUIDE IN CASES OF UNLAWFUL ARREST BY THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENTS

Police arrest and incarceration are common in Nigeria for probable or non-probable cause, reasonable or non-reasonable suspicion, with or without investigation. However, as a citizen, it behooves you to know your rights and guard them jealously against infringements. Note that one does not have the right to resist arrest. The arrestee may not have that...

Photovoice: International Human Rights Day

WHER Initiative conducted a Photovoice exhibition on the 16th of December 2018 in commemoration of the annual International Human Rights Day celebrated every 10th December. The purpose of this event is to create an avenue for LBQ women to gain knowledge on culture, human rights and sexuality and to tell the stories of violations experienced...

Building the Capacity of Media Personnel’s in Nigeria on Human Rights and Gender Diversity

To sensitize Media personnel on the issues that concern Sexual Minority Persons and establish working relationships with Media personnel for future collaborations, WHER conducted a To sensitize Media personnel on the issues that concern Sexual Minority Persons and establish working relationships with Media personnel for future collaborations, WHER conducted a capacity building workshop on 11th...

RAINBOW READS BOOK CLUB

WHER Initiative kick-started a book club and named it RAINBOW READS book club. This book club was intended to further advertise both the physical and virtual resource libraries of WHER. The main objective of this project is for LBQ women who are book-lovers to gain the benefits of belonging to a book club and to...