National Youth Dialogue On Ethno-religious Tolerance

12/28/2018

Our URI West Africa Cooperation Circle (CC) in Lagos, Nigeria, African Youths Initiative on Crime Prevention (AYICRIP), in partnership with the U.S. Consulate, Lagos, organized a One Day National Youth Dialogue on Ethno-Religious Tolerance, in response to the numerous challenges of ethno-religious intolerance in Nigeria.

The Dialogue, which was anchored by Mr. Samuel Eyitayo (Director, American Centre), created a huge opportunity for youth participants to interact and share ideas and experiences on the best way to address the challenges of ethno-religious intolerance. They did this with a view of finding an enactable solution that will usher in peace and unity among Nigerians irrespective of their ethno-religious affiliations.

For further details the One Day National Youth Dialogue on Ethno-Religious Tolerance, please visit the website of: African Youths Initiative on Crime Prevention (AYICRIP) 

AYICRIP is a nonprofit/non-governmental youth based organization registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in 2011 (Registration No. CAC/IT/NO: 42618) and the National Planning Commission with special focus on crime prevention and youth development. AYICRIP is committed to the fight against crime through preventive approach and since inception we have successfully organized programmes which cuts across, Drug and Substance Abuse/Trafficking, Youth Migration, Abortion, Cyber-crime (yahoo. yahoo), Sexual harassment, Prostitution , Examination malpractice , Campus Cultism, Environmental Crime, Stereotype, Democracy/ Electoral education, Terrorism, Rape, Kidnapping, Gender equality, Anti-Corruption, Youth Development, Climate change Peace building, Conflict Resolution, Community Policing, Leadership and Good Governance.