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Monday 13 June marked the International Day Against Child Labour, a day millions of the world's exploited and abused children...

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The award-winning Nigerian poet and novelist tells Rowenna Davis why now is the time for new dreams.

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Nigeria is a source country for trafficking women and children to other African countries and Europe, but the authorities...

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Sokari Ekine considers what the Independence Day bombings mean for Nigeria's future.

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Sokari Ekine considers what the Independence Day bombings mean for Nigeria's future.

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Alasdair Soussi talks to Gary Foxcroft, whose organization, Stepping Stones Nigeria, is helping some of the...

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As the African nation celebrates its half-century of independence, Sokari Ekine looks at Nigerian ‘women of...

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International intervention does nothing to help – even promises of aid are unfulfilled.

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*Emmanuel Njoya* was kicked out of Britain and straight back to Cameroon – where he lives in hiding, fearing for his family’s...

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Africa Liberation Day 2010, celebrated on 25 May, is a time for action as well as reflection.

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Activists shut down a Shell petrol station last weekend - Zoe Cormier reports from the party at the pumps.

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Nigeria must reconsider laws which allow the marrying off of minors with impunity.

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A new book explores LGBT rights worldwide, at a time of increased threats to the African gay community.

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This easy-to-read novel of suspense exposes the reality of Nigeria’s oil-producing Niger Delta.

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The media spotlight is currently on this megacity, but what’s the reality? 

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The apology that wasn’t – from Shell to the Niger Delta – highlights all that remains wrong in the troubled region. 

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