Source: UNODC Nigeria
Below is a link to a web story published by UNODC about the Continuous Legal Education Training (CLE) for our members.
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We, Legal Advocacy Response to Drugs Initiative (LARDI), are like minded lawyers that provide free legal services to indigent drug arrestees. The group was inaugurated on 6th September, 2018 in Abuja, Nigeria with the technical support of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) under its "Response to Drugs and Related Organized Crime in Nigeria" project, funded by the European Union (EU).
We have members in all the states in Nigeria including the Federal Capital Territory.
We believe that no person - whether Nigerian or expatriate - should be denied access to justice merely on the basis of poverty nor be stigmatized for being dependent on drugs, and that drug use should be treated as a health challenge.
We hope to make a difference in the lives of indigent drug arrestees. However, we cannot do this without lawyers willing to volunteer their time and expertise.
Please join us today and together we can make a huge difference.Volunteer