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Press Release: Disability Rights Advocacy Center (DRAC) applauds the National Assembly and President Muhammadu Buhari for the emergence of the Discrimination Against Persons with Disabilities (Prohibition) Act Disability Rights Advocacy Center (DRAC) is immensely pleased with the news that the Discrimination Against Persons with disabilities (Prohibition) Act, 2018 has received...

DRAC, with support from the Christoffel-Blinden Mission (CBM) is currently implementing a project aimed at reducing violence against women and girls with disabilities in Nigeria, with the FCT as a pilot site. Annually, many groups around the world mark and promote International Women’s Day as a global day of celebrating...

As part of her activities under the Networking to Stop Violence Against Women and Girls with Disabilities Project, Disability Rights Advocacy Center (DRAC) made an impactful presentation at the National Executive Council meeting of the Christian Association of Nigeria calling for the support of religious leaders in the disability inclusion...

FCT Religious Leaders Urged To Help End Discrimination Against Persons With Disabilities A Non Governmental Organisation, Disability Rights Advocacy Center (DRAC), has called on religious leaders in the Federal Capital Territory to help end discrimination against persons with disabilities by preaching and practicing disability inclusion. The executive director of the organisation,...

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  Let me start by commending DRAC for constantly identifying the capacity gaps in the disability community and with the support of CBM, they continue to do an excellent job in filling those gaps. This advocacy and public awareness training is a perfect example, they did an excellent job with...

The Executive Director, Disability Rights Advocacy Center, Irene Patrick-Ogbogu, has expressed concern that only five out of the 36 states in Nigeria have disability laws particularly for women and girls. According to her, the states include Lagos, Plateau, Ekiti, Jigawa and Bauchi state. Irene, who noted this in a paper...

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