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Amadi, S and Ogwo, F (eds) (2004) Contextualizing NEEDS: Economic/Political Reform in Nigeria (Lagos: HURILAWS and CPPR)
(51) For examples of this dimension, see Olisa Agbakoba and Udo Ilo, Where Did We Go Wrong?: A Review of the 2003/2004 Elections in Nigeria (Lagos: HURILAWS, 2004); Citizens' Forum for Constitutional Reform, Memoranda Submitted to the Presidential Committee on Provisions for and Practice of Citizenship and Rights in Nigeria and Presidential Committee on National Security in Nigeria (Lagos: CFCR, 2002); Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Strategic Conflict Assessment Report (Abuja: IPCR, 2002); Transition Monitoring Group, Registration of Voters 2002 (Abuja: TMG, 2002); and Joy Ezeilo, Gender, Politics and the Law (Enugu: WACOL, 1999).
Hurilaws, a nongovernmental organization of human rights lawyers, prepared a first set of draft rules, inspired largely by the U.K.