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Deadline for Submission:  31st July, 2020

Applicable to:    Nigerian nationals only

Contract Duration:   Three (3) Months

1. Background

Open Society Foundations (OSF) in collaboration with National Human Rights Commission is carrying out a project titled “Research Project to Review the Security Accountability Mechanisms Within the Context of Counter Insurgency Operations in The North East of Nigeria.”

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Deadline for Submission:   31st July, 2020

Applicable to:    Nigerian nationals only

Contract Duration:   Three (3) Months

1. Background

Open Society Foundations (OSF) in collaboration with National Human Rights Commission is carrying out a project titled “Research Project to Review the Security Accountability Mechanisms Within the Context of Counter Insurgency Operations in The North East of Nigeria”

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1. The Standard Minimum Guidelines for Human Rights of COVID-19 Patients in Treatment Centres in Nigeria (the Guidelines) is a policy instrument and recommendation made by the National Human Rights Commission (the Commission) to the government and health authorities for the mainstreaming of human rights guarantees into the treatment processes of COVID-19 patients in Nigeria.

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Dear Barrister Anthony Ojukwu,

We are pleased to inform you that the Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Foundation, in collaboration with the Nigerian Civil Society Situation Room, Department for International Development (UKAID), Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) and Policy and Legal Advocacy Centre (PLAC) has deployed the an online platform to support national surveillance efforts to manage the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria.

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