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Topic: Boko Haram

September 30th, 2016

News Round-Up 30/09/16

News from HART:
  • We have an interesting new blog post on women in Burma’s role in the peace process from our Research and Campaigns intern Rory Morgan, click here to read more.
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September 23rd, 2016

News Round-Up 23/09/16

News from HART:
  • We have had a brilliant blog post on internal conflict in South Sudan from Meg Kneafsey, if you would like to read it click here.
  • We will also be arranging a HART Ambassador’s meet up soon, so stay tuned! If you would like to find out more about becoming an ambassador click here.

May 4th, 2016

Six hundred and sixty five days and counting; What has happened to the lost girls of Chibok?

The Guardian
Imagine yourself aged seventeen, the night before an important final exam. You have been working hard for this, as it will allow you to leave school and find a job. You know that there has been a lot of unrest recently in your area1; you have been kept away from school and your parents are concerned about you going back in to sit your exams....

January 2nd, 2016

North Nigeria | HART Visit Report

Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART) release a new visit report documenting the current situation for civilians in Northern Nigeria. The magnitude of the devastation and terror inflicted on civilians by the insurgent group Boko Haram is far beyond what reporting figures have indicated....

December 17th, 2015

Baroness Cox in Parliament: Oral Questions on Nigeria and Sudan

Today Baroness Cox raised the ongoing situation in Nigeria during oral questions in the House of Lords, which developed into an interesting discussion. Directly afterwards, Lord Chidgey asked a question about human rights in Sudan, to which Baroness Cox gave an insightful contribution....

October 23rd, 2015

Baroness Cox addresses violations of religious freedom in Nigeria and Azerbaijan in the House of Lords

Yesterday (22/10/2015), Baroness Cox spoke in a short debate in the House of Lords concerning Article 18 of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights – ‘Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.’ Violations of freedom of religion are prolific in many of the countries in which HART works....

September 7th, 2015

Nigeria Situation Briefing: February – August 2015

Previous HART Intern, Elisabeth Pramendorfer, has prepared a comprehensive briefing documenting the humanitarian situation in Nigeria between February and August 2015. You can download it in full at the bottom of this page. Key  developments   • Muhammadu  Buhari   won  the  presidential  elections  (first  democratic  elections  with   an  opposition   candidate  succeeding)  in  March  2015  and  was  inaugurated  as  President  in  May  2015....

June 22nd, 2015

The plight of Nigerian Refugees and Internally Displaced continues as Boko Haram insurgency grows | HART Blog Series for World Refugee Day

In this second blog post for our World Refugee Day blog series, Elisabeth discusses the consequences of increasing Boko Haram insurgency in northern Nigeria on displacement. To view other blogs in the series, please click here.  Daily, sometimes hourly, international media coverage reports dramatic events from northern Nigeria and beyond, including suicide attacks, destruction of villages and abduction of civilians on behalf of the Islamist militia Boko Haram....

June 1st, 2015

The vicious cycle of conflict in northern Nigeria

Andrew Barlow assesses the relationship between the escalating Boko Haram insurgency and Nigeria’s vast inequality.   ‘And so, to the end of history, murder shall breed murder, always in the name of right and honour and peace, until the gods are tired of blood and create a race that can understand[i]....

November 6th, 2014

Recent attacks in northern states pose “a serious threat to the nation of Nigeria”, according to Baroness Cox

For Immediate Release (London, November 6, 2014) – Following Boko Haram’s dismissal of a ceasefire with the Federal Government last week, there has been a surge in violent attacks in northern Nigeria. The escalation in violence over the course of 2014 – which has been the deadliest year since the start of the group’s insurgency – looks set to continue....
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