MIND is a Nigerian non-profit organisation that seeks to strengthen the public voices of groups who rarely have a chance to air their views in public - including women and girls. We equip them with research tools to examine their own situation, and give them access to media skills and platforms to share their perspectives. 


Our bottom-up media outputs are used to spark public dialogue on issues of social exclusion and marginalisation. 


Join our #55Days of Activism to End Urban Poverty!

For 55 days, we will be mobilizing public opinion to to turn Abuja into a genuine model city of inclusive and sustainable urban planning. The campaign links the dual occasions of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (17 October 2016) and Human Rights Day (10 December 2016).

You can help too! Sign the petition STEP DOWN POVERT - STEP UP HUMAN RIGHTS!

I am human but I am living amidst rubbish

Wanna Help Gathering Signatures?

Not everyone has access to social media. We're grateful to anyone who wants to help gathering hard copy signatures!

  • Read the instructions here
  • Download the Action Pack here

Presidential Launch  

MIND's film 'Hidden Scars' was viewed by thousands of people at the Presidential Launch of the campaign End Violence Against Children by 2030! They intently watched these gripping stories of Nigerian children who bravely talk about the violence they experienced:


Violence Against Children

MIND also produced 3 short films for UNICEF Nigeria that call for action to end violence against children. Watch and share the films below (3 to 5 min each) - and join UNICEF's campaign! 

Emotional Violence: Words Can Build, Words Can Break

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Sexual Violence: How Many More Children Will Have To Cope In Silence?

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Physical Violence: Don't We Want Our Children To Flourish?

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Film Award

Our grassroots-driven film Daughters of the Niger Delta won Al Jazeera's New Horizon Award. It's the film's 5th international award. Our crew is thrilled, honoured, and grateful to AIDFF!

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