The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has called for nominations to the Technical Sub-Committees (TSCs) requested by the residential Panel Report.
This was disclosed by the NHRC in a statement on Tuesday in Abuja.
On Tuesday, the Commission said it is seeking panelists for the Presidential Technical Sub-Committees. The Sub- Committees are:
- Training, Capacity and Re-orientation
- Logistics: Infrastructure, Communications and Technology
- Arrest, Detention, and Investigations
- Regulations, Oversight and Accountability
- Financing, Welfare and Partnerships
“The National Human Rights Commission welcomes nominations for membership to the TSCs from civil society organizations, think tanks, youth groups, experts, and international development partners with requisite interests and capacity in the specific areas of the mandate of each TSC,” they announced.
Interested applicants should kindly note the following:
- Incomplete applications will not be considered.
- All applications must be received by close of business on Monday, 16th November 2020.
- Applications can only be sent by email to: [email protected]
- Applications should be addressed to: The Executive Secretary, National Human Rights Commission, Abuja.
- Each Application should indicate in the subject of the email whether it is for host institution or for expert position. Example is Abubakar Kunle Nwosu — Application for Expert or Centre for Law Enforcement — Application for Host Institution.
- An applicant for host institution who possesses the requisite expertise, can also apply for expert position and vice versa. The latter must be an independent and separate application and must be in accordance with procedures set above.
What you should know
Nairametrics reported last month that the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) announced it has constituted members of an independent investigation panel into the activities of the dissolved SARS, as the Federal Government finds a way to end the nationwide protests.
The NHRC also inaugurated an Independent Investigative Panel (IIP) on the allegations of human rights violations by the defunct SARS, to complement the work of the State Judicial Panels.