Stakeholder Democracy Network (SDN) was established as a non-governmental not-for-profit organisation in 2004 to support those affected by the extractives industry and weak governance.

We work with communities and engage with governments, companies and other stakeholders to ensure the promotion and protection of human rights, including the right to a healthy environment. Our work currently focuses on the Niger Delta.

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The Petroleum Industry Bill; a short-sighted fiscal proposal

The Petroleum Industry Bill; a short-sighted fiscal proposal

The yet-to-be passed Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) proposes a new fiscal regime for Nigeria’s oil industry which would governs the economic benefits derived from petroleum ...
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. @UKinNigeria colleagues attended the 4th August launch of the Women and Youth Agenda in Port Harcourt, which is a @WeYOUPro Project initiative in Port Harcourt being delivered by our partner @SDNNigerDelta's

Today SDN is launching the Women and Youth Agenda, with the support of @FCDOGovUK and @ActionAidNG. Follow this #thread to keep up to date with our launch event, find out more about the Women and Youth Agenda and see how you can help us push for a more #EqualNaija.

As at the 11th of July, a total number of 9,763,873 have completed registration with students having the highest number. With the extension of the deadline of the ongoing Continuous Voter Registration, you still have an opportunity to register to vote in the 2023 elections.👏🏽💪🏾
SDN is delighted to be participating at the #G7++FoGG on #MaritimeSecurity in the Gulf of Guinea, in Berlin.
The plenary provided space for discussion around challenges regarding maritime security in the Gulf of Guinea and how to better support African-led ideas and approaches.