Governance is a sacred responsibility entrusted to those in leader-ship. Leaders must safeguard just governance that upholds the common good, guarantees peoples’ rights, promotes subsidiarity, ensures the rule of law and equitable distribution of resources.
Failure to do so creates a culture of impunity, violations of human rights, lack of accountability, and corruption. African Bishops have identified corruption as Africa’s major problem and describe it as a “cancer that stands in the way of Africa’s development.” AFJN works to empower communities in Africa to tackle these problems and engages the United States government and the public in addressing these issues.
|1||Mon, 11 Oct 2021||AFJN-Nigeria Youth Video for Non-Violence During Jos 2021 Elections||View|
|2||Sun, 18 Feb 2018||Of Course We Can, Absolutely||View|
|3||Wed, 30 Nov 2016||Catholic Nuns have had enough: Change the Nigeria we have into the Nigeria we want||View|
|4||Mon, 30 May 2016||Conference on Just Governance, The Nigerian Bio-Safety Law, GMOs, and Implications for Nigeria and Africa||View|