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6 September 2017

FED POLY BIDA SYMPOSIUM DISCUSSES STUDENT UNIONISM AND THE STRUGGLE FOR SOCIALIST CHANGE

The Bida branch of the Education Rights Campaign (ERC) – situated in Niger State - held a successful public symposium, attended by nearly 60 people, on August 29 to discuss the crisis in education, the challenges facing student unionism and lessons of the 1917 Russian revolution for today.

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5 September 2017

FCA IBADAN: Provost shut down College for fear of students’ planned protest against poor welfare conditions!

ERC Calls on Management to Meet Demands of Students and Immediately Re-open of the College

The Federal College of Agriculture (FCA), Moor Plantation, Ibadan, Oyo State, was shut down on Wednesday 23 August, 2017 by its administration. This was immediately after students in the college resolved at a congress to embark on a three-day peaceful mass action scheduled to commence on the same Wednesday 23 August. The planned mass action was to protest against the prevailing poor welfare conditions in the college as well as the continuous refusal of the college administration, since the inception of new academic session in the college, to give students learning materials like lab coats, farm coats, log books and ID cards which they have actually paid for.

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24 August 2017

ASUU STRIKE: LASU ERC HOLDS PUBLIC MEETING

Discusses how to help build campaign to demand adequate funding of education

On Monday August 21, 2017, around 75 LASU (Lagos State University) students came to a public meeting called by the Education Rights Campaign (ERC), LASU Chapter, held a public meeting to discuss the theme: Incessant ASUU Strike: Way Forward for the Nigerian Masses.

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19 August 2017

OYO STATE: ERC FREE HOLIDAY COACHING ENTERS SECOND WEEK

The inaugural edition of a free holiday coaching classes organized by the Oyo State branch of the Education Rights Campaign, ERC, for students transiting from SS2 to SS3 in secondary schools in Ibadan North Local government area of Ibadan entered into the second week on Monday, 14 August, 2017. This is after what can be described as an impressive first week of experimentation.

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14 August 2017

ERC BACKS ASUU's TOTAL AND INDEFINITE STRIKE

• CALLS ON THE BUHARI/OSINBAJO GOVERNMENT TO IMMEDIATLEY MEET THE DEMANDS

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has once again embarked on a total and indefinite nationwide strike. The Education Rights Campaign (ERC) fully backs this indefinite strike action and calls on government to immediately meet the demands in order to avoid a situation where students waste away at home for months.

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4 August 2017

YRC CALLS FOR INCREASE IN PAY AND REGULARIZATION OF EMPLOYMENT OF N-POWER VOLUNTEERS

The Youth Rights Campaign (YRC) hereby calls for an increase in the pay of N-Power volunteers as well as improvement in their working conditions. This should start with increasing the monthly allowance of the volunteers from the current N30, 000 and the regularization of their employment unlike the temporary and volunteering nature of the scheme.

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25 June 2017

ONE MONTH AFTER, SIX STUDENTS OF LAGOS STATE MODEL COLLEGE CONTINUE TO LANGUISH IN KIDNAPPERS' DEN

• ERC Demands their Immediate Rescue

• Calls for policies to address the social roots of kidnapping and other crimes

About one month ago, six secondary school students of Lagos State Model College, Igbonla-Epe, were kidnapped. Uptill now, there is no news of their release despite repeated assurances from the Lagos state government and the police.

The Education Rights Campaign vehemently condemns the kidnap of the six students. We sympathize with the families and relatives of the victims. Their sorrow at this trying period can only be imagined. We join them to demand an immediate rescue of the six kidnapped students.

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4 June 2017

DSM CONDEMNS THE ARBITRARY CLOSURE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN (UI) AND THE SUSPENSION OF THE STUDENTS' UNION BY THE DESPOTIC PROF. OLAYINKA-LED MANAGEMENT

*Workers Unions (ASUU, NASU, NAAT & SSANU) and Parents must condemn administrative highhandedness and attacks on democratic rights of students

The Democratic Socialist Movement UI branch totally condemns the arbitrary closure of the university; forceful eviction of students from various halls of residence and the suspension of the students’ union activities by the administration. We demand the immediate and unconditional re-opening of the university and the reversal of the suspension order placed on the students’ union activities.

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18 April 2017

UNILAG: Protest successfully forces Release of 13 Unlawfully Detained Students' protesters

8:00 am on Thursday 6 April, 2017 saw over one hundred students from different tertiary institutions led by SAVE UNILAG COALITION stage a united protest at the Special Offenses Mobile Court inside Lagos State Task Force Building located at Bolade, Oshodi, Lagos state to demand the release of Adeyeye Femi and 12 other students’ protesters who were brought before the court on that day for continuation of trial on false charges.

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4 April 2017

ERC CONDEMNS UNLAWFUL ARREST AND DETENTION OF 13 STUDENTS' ACTIVISTS BY UNILAG AUTHORITIES AND NIGERIAN POLICE

Demands their immediate and unconditional release

The Education Rights Campaign (ERC) condemns in strong terms the unlawful arrest and subsequent remand in prison custody of Adeyeye Femi and 12 other student activists. The 13 students were arrested by heavily armed policemen on Friday March 31, 2017, around the premises of University of Lagos on their way to show their displeasure at the suspension of a visually-impaired student and to demand the reinstatement of all suspended student activists

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