HUMAN RIGHT ABUSE AND DEMOCRATIC SUSTAINABILITY IN NIGERIA (1999-2014)

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ABSTRACT
Human Rights are ontological, inherent and intrinsic to all human beings in as much as they are human, irrespective of nationality, sex, ethnicity, origin, colour or any other status. These rights can be protected in a functional democratic setting that anchors its foundation in the rule of law. In democracy, the rule of law protects the rights of individuals, preserves order, and limits powers of government. In Nigeria’s democracy, the reverse seems to be the case. Human rights are not respected. Extra-judicial killing, unlawful detention, and other series of human rights abuses are still prevalent in Nigeria democracy. To discuss the human rights in Nigerian democracy, the project undertakes the following: Meanings of human rights, historical development of human rights, democracy, rule of law, human rights and Nigerian democracy, fundamental rights in
2011 constitution (As Amended), conclusion and finally recommendation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1Background of the study
1.2Statement of Problem
1.3Objective of the study
1.4Research questions
1.5Scope of the study
1.6Significance of the Study
1.7Definition of Terms

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1Introduction
2.2Democracy
2.3Rule of Law
2.4Concept Of Human Rights
2.5Human Rights in traditional African societies
2.6Human Rights and Nigerian Democracy
2.7Institutional safeguards for the protection of human rights
2.8Fundamental Rights in 2011 Nigerian Constitution (As Amended)
2.9Human rights situation in Nigeria’s nascent democracy

CHAPTER THREE
3.1Methodology
3.2Research Design
 3.3Study Area
3.4Population of the Study
3.5Sample Size
3.6Sampling Technique
3.7Instrument for Data Collection
3.8Validity of the study
3.9Methods of Data Analysis

CHAPTER FOUR: DATA PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION OF FINDINGS
4.1Introduction
4.2Analysis of Respondents’ Bio- Data
4.3Analysis of Research Questions
4.4Discussion of Findings

CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.1Summary
5.2Conclusion  
5.3Recommendation
References
Appendix
 Questionnaires
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    Project ID POL0657
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
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