Center for Religious Cooperation and Tolerance (CRCT)
P.O.Box 20230, U.I. Post Office; Mafikuyomi Square,
Contact person: Ibraheem Adedayo Adediran
+234 803 404 9520; +234 802 351 9349
- Peace politics
- Human rights
- Educational policy/project
- Volunteers are welcome.
INVITATION TO ANNUAL STAKEHOLDERS CONFERENCE ON ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA AND NIGERIA: THE FIVE ROADMAPS
The Centre For Religious Cooperation and Tolerance (A Non-Governmental and Not-For-Profit) organization is committed to the cause of humanity through promotion of religious harmony, tolerance, justice, peace and effective political administration for feasible and sustainable development.
Date:Tuesday, 14th January, 2020, 10.00am
Venue: Centre for Religious Cooperation and Tolerance Hall, Behind Shafaudeen Int’l Hqtrs., Mafikuyomi Square, Wakajaye, Iwo Road, Ibadan.
We are interested in public policy issues and seek to be a technical resource for legislation in the identified areas. Specifically, we would be giving special attention to the following issues as Roadmaps to achieving Sustainable Development in Nigeria:
1. The Sustainable Development Goa
Center for Religion Cooperation and Tolerance (CRCT) is a non - governmental and non-profit organization. CRCT started in 1993 following the June 12 crises as a forum for Nigerians from diverse background to meet and discuss the aftermath of the crises and the way forward for Nigeria as a country and Nigerians as citizens. The organisation was formally registered in 2004. Since inception, the organisation has organised a number of public enlightenment workshop for the benefit of all. A number of papers have also been written in the area of promotion and protection of human rights in particular and women´s rights as human rights
CRCT Vision Statement:
To see a world founded on religious understanding, cooperation and harmony.
CRCT Mission Statement:
To promote the ideals of peaceful living, religious cooperation and respect for human rights through research, documentation, civic education, advocacy and community mobilization.
• To carry out community mobilization towards a peaceful coexistence
• To promote peaceful relationship between the governed and government.
• To carry out research
• To promote religious understanding for enhanced cooperation and harmony towards a peaceful world.
• To raise awareness on the need for peaceful coexistence.
Ibraheem Adedayo Adediran is the Programme Manager of the Center for Religious Cooperation and Tolerance (CRCT).
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.