2017 • 2 years, 11 months • On Nigeria
Founded in 1998, the CLEEN Foundation (CLEEN) is a nonprofit organization that promotes public safety, security, and access to justice, through empirical research, legislative advocacy, and publications in partnership with government, civil society, and the private sector. This award supports the development of an online repository that catalogs, analyzes, and provides detailed information on corruption cases. The project focuses on tailoring a technology platform, Uwazidocs, that was previously developed and supported with funding from the Human Rights program. This tool allows legal professionals and other interested parties to track compliance and assess and analyze the impact of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) on prosecution, adjudication, and sentencing efforts. This award enables the technology to be adapted for and used in Nigeria, facilitating monitoring implementation and compliance with the ACJA in corruption cases.
2015 • 3 years • On Nigeria
The CLEEN Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 1998 to promote public safety, security, and access to justice by carrying out empirical research, legislative advocacy, demonstration programs, and publications. The award supports work to monitor implementation of the newly-enacted Administration of Criminal Justice Act. With Foundation support, CLEEN conducts public opinion surveys on the Act, trains civil society and media organizations to monitor implementation, and is establishing an observatory of civil society organizations to allow for continuous and ongoing monitoring. The goal of the work is to improve the administration of the criminal justice in Nigeria.
2012 • 3 years • Human Rights
Since 1998, CLEEN Foundation has promoted respect for human rights and cooperation between civil society and law enforcement agencies in Nigeria. Under this grant, CLEEN will conduct and disseminate as policy briefs, security threat assessment in the run up to the 2015 general elections to guide relevant stakeholders in the electoral process in the planning and deployment of materials and manpower during elections as well as conduct a survey and disseminate data on crime, conflict, public safety, and security.
2009 • 6 months • Human Rights
In support of general operations.
2009 • 3 years, 6 months • Human Rights
To support a police-public partnership in policing policy formulation and implementation and to conduct and disseminate crime victimization surveys in Nigeria (over three years).
2007 • 1 year • Human Rights
To conduct a post-election national survey to measure public perceptions of the electoral process in the April 2007 general elections.
2007 • 1 year • Human Rights
In support of a second national electoral survey as a complementary and reliable source of information to official statistics on elections in Nigeria.
2006 • 1 year • Human Rights
To conduct a national electoral survey as a complementary and reliable source of information to official statistics on elections in Nigeria.
2006 • 1 year • MacArthur Award for Creative & Effective Institutions
To establish a learning and resource center in Lagos.
2005 • 2 years • Human Rights
For the conduct and use of a national crime victimization survey as a complementary and reliable source of information to official statistics on crime in Nigeria (over two years).