An updated report by the CLEEN Foundation assesses security threats and mitigating factors in Nigeria as the country nears its 2015 elections. The MacArthur-supported report states that the security situation in several parts of the country remains precarious with intermittent Boko Haram attacks despite the State of Emergency declared in some states in the Northeast of the country. The report outlines security risk factors, including internal crisis in the ruling party, as well as key risk mitigating factors, such as early preparation for the election by security agencies.

Human Rights & International Justice, Human Rights, Nigeria