CWAG AAP in collaboration with the Lagos Business School (LBS) and the Credit Bureau Association of Nigeria (CBAN) hosted a two-day workshop on Credit Reporting as the Foundation of Credit Infrastructure on the 10th – 11th, December 2018 at the Pan Atlantic University, Lagos, Nigeria. The workshop brought together financial industry regulators, banks, other financial … Continue reading CREDIT REPORTING AS THE FOUNDATION OF CREDIT INFRASTRUCTURE WORKSHOP, LAGOS, NIGERIA.
Julie Okah-Donli, Director General, NAPTIP Nigeria, said that Human Trafficking is a complex crime that goes beyond national borders and requires the cooperation of International Police to effectively stem the tide of the menace. Thereafter, she gave a comprehensive vision on NAPTIP’s efforts to combat human trafficking and called for all stakeholders to do more. … Continue reading 6th Interpol Global Conference On Human Trafficking And Migrant Smuggling In Abuja, Nigeria.
CWAG AAP in collaboration with the Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) organized a one day workshop on Virtual Currency Investigation and the Dark Web on 25th August at the DEC offices in Lusaka, Zambia. The workshop capacity built law enforcement officials on techniques to combat the rise of digital money laundering Commissioner of the Drug Enforcement … Continue reading Sensitisation Of Zambia Law Enforcement Agencies On The Complex World Of Crypto Currency In The Fight Against Transnational Crimes
CWAG AAP in collaboration with the Zambian National Prosecution Authority (NPA) organized a three day workshop on the Investigation and Prosecution of Human Trafficking on 20th- 22nd August 2018 at Protea Hotel in Lusaka, Zambia. The workshop provided hands on training to prosecutors to enable them to root out human trafficking and rapidly increase the … Continue reading Capacity Building Of Law Enforcement Agencies In Zambia To Root Out Human Trafficking
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) Lawyers Association in collaboration with the Ordem dos Advogados de Moçambique (OAM) – Mozambique Bar Association, organized the 19th Annual SADC Lawyer Association Conference, under the theme; ‘Promoting inclusive legal policies for sustainable socio-economic development in SADC.’ , on 16th – 17th August in Maputo, Mozambique. The conference brought … Continue reading CWAG AAP Partners With The SADC Lawyers Association
During the African Bar Association Conference in Nairobi, Kenya, the CWAG AAP representatives led by Mr Markus Green ESQ paid courtesy visits to the Attorney General of the Republic of Kenya Hon. Kihara Kariuki, Director of Public Prosecutions Mr. Noordin Haji, Solicitor General Mr. Kennedy Ogeto, Chairman of the Pharmacy & Poisons Board Dr. Jackson … Continue reading Courtesy Calls
African Bar Association (AFBA) is committed to strengthening professional links between members of the legal profession in Africa. The one-week conference was held at Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) in Nairobi, Kenya on 23rd- 27th July. The opening ceremony was graced by the Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya, H.E. William Ruto, Chief Justice … Continue reading CWAG AAP Participates at the AFBA 2018 Annual Conference in Nairobi, Kenya
The increased use of cyberspace and technology have brought with them challenges to the administration of justice. The increase in cyber-crimes, as well as the challenges involved in the consideration of the electronic evidence, forensic evidence, and other complex technology, are some of the issues that lawyers, prosecutors, investigators and judicial officers face regularly. The … Continue reading Curbing Cybercrime In Africa
CWAG AAP in collaboration with the Ogun State Judiciary held a workshop on The Effective Administration of Criminal Justice at in Abeokuta, Nigeria on the 26th June 2018. The workshop provided a platform for over 350 leading legal minds from Ogun State, Nigeria to share knowledge and exchange ideas on effective implementation of the Administration … Continue reading The Effective Administration of Criminal Justice Workshop.
Human trafficking also known as modern day slavery is a global phenomenon which must be tackled with vigor. Nigeria is a well-known source country for international human traffickers. Hundreds of young Nigerian girls are trafficked to Europe and Asia every year. Local trafficking also occurs within Nigeria’s border. Young boys and girls from disadvantaged families … Continue reading Succeeding In The Fight Against Human Trafficking Symposium.