TRENDS AND PATTERNS OF SEXUAL ASSAULTS IN LAGOS SOUTH-WESTERN NIGERIA
Oliver Chukwujekwu Ezechi,1,& Zaidat Adesolamusa,1 Agatha Nkiru David,1 Agatha Eileen Wapmuk,1 Titilola Abike Gbajabiamila,1 Ifeoma Eugeniaidigbe,1 Paschal Mbanefo Ezeobi,1 Aigbe Greg Ohihoin,1 and Innocent Achanya Otobo Ujah1
PREVENTION OF SEXUAL ASSAULT IN NIGERIA
PREVENTION OF SEXUAL ASSAULT IN NIGERIA
The background to sexual violence is important in the understanding of the ramifications of the problem. Expertise and facilities - for managing cases of sexual assault is grossly inadequate. Though these concepts are applicable universally, however are discussed in the context of the developing world and with particular emphasis on the Nigerian situation.
PREVALENCE AND PATTERN OF SEXUAL ASSAULT IN USMANU DANFODIYO UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL, SOKOTO, NIGERIA
Mairo Hassan1,&, Kehinde Joseph Awosan2, Abubakar Abubakar Panti1, Sadiya Nasir1, Karima Tunau1, Amina Gambo Umar1, Constance Egondu Shehu1, Aeron Eze Ukwu1, Bilal Sulaiman1
Sexual violence: 400 women, girls abused in Enugu
5 REASONS WHY SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA IS A SOCIAL PROBLEM
RAPE IN NIGERIA: A SILENT EPIDEMIC AMONG ADOLESCENTS WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR HIV INFECTION
SA is a shattering malevolence against women. The current study was undertaken to determine the burden, periodicity, clinical presentation and management of SA in the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex (OAUTHC)
PREVALENCE OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE
Cases of rape and related crimes should be prosecuted swiftly
The Lagos State Government recently disclosed that in the last one year it handled a total of 4,035 cases
PREVALENCE AND NATURE OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AMONG FEMALE STUDENTS IN A TERTIARY INSTITUTION IN MAIDUGURI, NIGERIA – A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY
AD Geidam, AE Njoku, B Bako
RELEASE OF THE FINDINGS OF THE NIGERIA VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN SURVEY Abuja, September 10 2015
RATE OF SEXUAL ASSAULT CASES, FRIGHTENING
(Enugu State Sexual Assault Cases
PREVALENCE OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE, health ... and the factors responsible for under-reporting of sexual violence in Nigeria. (Paper)
THE PREVALENCE OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AND THE NEED FOR PREVENTIVE MEASURE IN NIGERIA
By Asagba, Rachel B.
PREVALENCE DATA ON DIFFERENCE FORMS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN :
BETTER COVERAGE OF RAPE IS NEEDED
MEDIA FORUM ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE, other forms of sexual violence and its multi dimensional issues were convened to provide information, promote dialogue and informed discourse. It provided easy access to the media by activists and NGOs as well as provides a forum for journalists to update themselves on current issues on the Silent epidemic.
CHILDREN, SEX AND MEDIA VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA
The portrayal of violence and sex in the media has been known to have gain popularity in recent time.
(AFRREV, 8 (4), S/NO 35, SEPTEMBER, 2014
International Association of African Researchers and Reviewers, 2014:)
SEXUAL ASSAULT IN LAGOS, NIGERIA: A FIVE YEAR RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW
Cases of sexual assault are on the increase. However, Nigerian researchers have not given adequate attention to this subject despite its attendant social, physical and psychological consequences.
This study assessed survivors’ characteristics, circumstances of assault and treatment offered with a view to reducing the incidence as well as improving evaluation and management
NIGERIA: OFFICIALS ABUSING DISPLACED WOMEN, GIRLS DISPLACED BY BOKO HARAM AND VICTIMS TWICE OVER
AN EVALUATION OF NEWSPAPER COVERAGE OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN SELECTED NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS BY
Egbo, Godwin Chijioke Reg.
NO: M.Sc/2008126012F Department of Mass Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences, Nnamdi Azikwe University,
RAPE AND THE MEDIA: VICTIM’S RIGHT TO ANONYMITY AND EFFECTS OF TECHNOLOGY ON THE STANDARD OF RAPE COVERAGE
“Those Terrible Weeks in their Camp” BOKO HARAM Violence against Women and Girls in Northeast Nigeria
CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES AND CONSEQUENCES OF INITIMATE PARTNER RAPE
Partner Rape/violence experiences might be playing significant role in the poor state of health of the Nigerian society, most especially women.
NIGERIA DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
The Nigeria's (2013) Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS), which surveyed 38,948 women and 17,359 men in all 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), recorded that violence against women is a "common practice" (Nigeria 2013, 2, 4). And according to the US Department of State's Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2013, domestic violence "remained widespread and was often considered socially acceptable" in Nigeria in 2013 (27 Feb. 2014, 35).
WHY NIGERIA’S NEW VIOLENCE AGAINST PERSONS (PROHIBITION) ACT IS ONLY THE BEGINNING
VIOLENCE AGAINST PERSONS (PROHIBITION) ACT, 2015, NIGERIA
Legislation online: Synopsis by Women’s Aid Collective (WACOL)
COVERAGE OF CRIME AND VIOLENCE IN NIGERIAN MEDIA: MATTERS ARISING
E.O. Soola Associate Professor Department of Communication and Language arts University of Ibadan
THE ROLES OF THE MEDIA TOWARDS REDUCTION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN NIGERIA
using the Violence Against Persons Prohibition (VAPP) ACT 2015
HOW SHOULD THE MEDIA REPORT RAPE AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE?
CAUSES AND INCIDENCE OF RAPE AMONG MIDDLE AGE AND YOUNG ADULT IN LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA
Study examined the cause and incidence of rape amongst middle age and young adult in Ojodu, a border town between Lagos and Ogun states.
SEXUAL VIOLENCE AMONG WOMEN AND CHILDREN SEEN AT THE GYNECOLOGICAL EMERGENCY UNIT OF A RURAL TERTIARY HEALTH FACILITY, NORTHWEST NIGERIA
Various forms of sexual violence including: Coerced marriage or wife inheritance, female genital mutilation, forced exposure to pornography, rape by intimate partner or strangers, unwanted sexual advances, and sexual abuse occurs, especially in vulnerable groups. However, most of these cases are not reported.