The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) is commemorating this years’ global annual 16 Days activism against Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV). The Agency has planned a Campaign series with a variety of activities intended to raise massive public awareness on indicators of SGBV, emphasize the importance of reporting suspicious activity to NAPTIP, strengthen collaboration with stakeholders, inform the public about the National Sexual Offenders Database and the Sexual Assault Referral Centres across the country.
NAPTIP’s Campaign Series which begins November 25th and ends December 10th, 2021, is tagged *WATCH OUT AND SPEAK OUT FOR JUSTICE! * Calling on individuals, groups and entire communities to take a stand against everyday SGBV in Nigeria.
The 16days will feature:
➡️ a Social Media Competition- where Persons between the ages of 18-25 are invited to submit a 90seconds video on SGBV and what can be done to end it. The competition will award 3 winners with gifts and cash prizes.
Other activities include:
➡️ TV and Radio Media segments
➡️ Nov 26th, NAPTIP Sensitization Walk with her Stakeholders- tagged “Walk United Against SGBV”
➡️ Nov 29th to Dec 1st, Mock Trial and Legal Clinic, a joint effort of NAPTIP, ROLAC, the Federal Ministry of Justice and the FCT Judiciary to provide free legal counselling to SGBV survivors
➡️ December 3rd, Public Presentation and Launch of the Pioneer Edition of the Annual VAPP Report
➡️ * December 4th A Novelty Football Match
Against SGBV* tagged “Kick Offenders to Prison”
➡️ December 8th *Survivors Co-Mentoring Workshop* – tagged “Survive and Strive Together which will feature survivor-advocates mentoring other survivors in the NAPTIP shelters across the country with the aim of building resilience and hope.
➡️ December 9th , School Campaign Against SGBV at FGGC Abaji And,
➡️ NAPTIP Drama Club Presentations.
The 16 Days Activism Series will be flagged off by the Honourable Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq, and the Director General of NAPTIP, Dr. Fatima, Waziri-Azi,
These Events are proudly supported by the European Rule of Law and Anti – Corruption Programme (ROLAC), FORD Foundation, Office of the Vice President, the CANs and Justice Research Institute.
The general public is hereby invited to take advantage of these 16 days and Support NAPTIP in putting an end to SGBV in Nigeria. For more information and partnership kindly visit our website at www.naptip.gov.ng or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call 08002255627847 or 627 and UNSUP App to report an incident.
Follow NAPTIP on Facebook @naptipnigeria and Instagram @officialnaptipnigeria.
This message is brought to you from the Office of the Director General of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP)