Virginia, United States
Aims & Objectives: International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law or Intersociety for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law was founded in July 2008 as non-governmental and not-for-profit organization. It campaigns for promotion and advancement of: civil liberties and rule of law including civil and criminal justice reforms; democracy and good governance built on public governance accountability; and public safety and security including accountability for regime and policing atrocities.
Our advocacy campaigns and other related activities are in line with and recognized by international rights and humanitarian laws and treaties under UN and African Union Systems as well as the universally compatible provisions of the existing Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 and the laws of the Federation of 2004.
Our activities are further grounded in the laws of natural justice including principles of nonviolence and legitimate self defense; and citizens’ rights of existence, development and nonviolent self determination as well as right to freedom of thought, conscience, religion and ethnic identity; irrespective of religion, tribe, gender, age, color or class.
Campaigns and other related activities of our organization are generated through the use of research, investigation, documentation or database, reports, publicity and publication; capacity building, lay and in-kind or expert volunteerism and resources, class action suits and public petitions, networking and alternative dispute resolution.