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Journal of African Law. Volume 48, Number 1 (2004), p. 23-49.


This article is devoted to the highly important task of mapping, contextualizing and highlighting the significance ofsome of the modest achievements that have been made by domestic human rights NGOs in Nigeria.! As limited as the development of these NGOs into much more popular (and therefore more influential) movements has tended to be, they have nonetheless been able to exert significant, albeit modest, influence within Nigeria.

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