The ACSR is a quarterly situational analysis programme, the forum offers platform for stakeholders in the fight against corruption to meet and share thoughts, concerns and challenges with the target of encouraging engagement for collaboration and reaffirm commitment to far reaching partnership aimed at boosting organizational output for a successful fight against corruption. It is important to note that the ACSR forum is particularly interested in hearing various organizations and individual views on how to advance the fight against corruption in the country.
  1. – The organisation will ensure and promote integrity, accountability, transparency and best ethical standards in pursuit of it goals and objectives.
  2. – The organisation will not discriminate against any person or group of persons on the basis of gender, ethnicity, disability or religion.
  3. – The organisation shall maintain a zero tolerance for all acts perpetrating or encouraging all forms of abuse, violence and discrimination against women, children and other vulnerable groups in society.
  4. – The organisation will not discriminate against any person or group of persons on the basis of disability, HIV status and any other non-communicable conditions so long as such individual(s) is/are medically and mentally able to discharge their tasks and roles diligently.
  5. – The organisation will pursue a principle of equal opportunities and inclusion in its operations.
  6. – The organisation shall uphold best practices in environmental protection, biodiversity conservation in all its programmes and procurement.
  7. – The organisation will ensure and promote integrity, accountability, transparency and best ethical standards in pursuit of it goals and objectives.

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December 20, 2017

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has challenged the civil society to work with the media and other stakeholders to

Civil Society organisation, Media groups and government agencies Launch Anti-Corruption Situation Room

December 20, 2017

As part of efforts to promote transparency and accountability in governance and service delivery through BUILDING PUBLIC OWNERSHIP FOR TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN

Report On The First Forum Of The Anti-Corruption Situation Room Held On Thursday 22nd March 2018 At The Rockview Hotel Royale Abuja

The Anti-Corruption Situation Room (ACSR), a first of its kind, is a situation analysis platform for high level engagements and collaboration between anti-corruption stakeholders. The initiative was launched in Abuja on Dec 19, 2017 to create a platform for government representatives in the criminal justice and anti-corruption enforcement to engage CSOs, Media, Labour Movement, and Citizens on anti-corruption and administration of criminal justice policies and programmes of the government.

Anti-Corruption Situation Room (ACSR) Launched

In a significant move aimed at complementing the efforts of the Federal Government in the fight against corruption and setting agenda for citizen’s

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Welcome to anti-corruption situation room. Here, you can reach the panel to submit information about corrupt public officials in your locality or the opportunity to become a whistle blower.

Please note that while we appreciate your concern about ending corrupt practices in our dear country, we urge you to do this with due sense of responsibility. Therefore, we will only be attending to reports that can be supported with facts.

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