Intersociety’s Organs

·         1. Board of Trustees: This is the supreme organ of the organization. The Chairman of the Board oversees all the activities of the organization. He is also the Lead-ED of the Society Watch.

2. Society Watch: This is a membership organ created to give members of the civil populace, desirous of contributing to the betterment of the society a chance. It is a body of volunteers governed by a body of elected executives with prescribed tenures.

3. Executive Management: This organ is headed by an ED. It comprises all paid staffs, who oversee the day-to-day running of the organization.

4. Auditors: This is a body of internal auditors responsible for account auditing of our organization

5, Advisory Council: This is a body of chosen reputable personalities who play fatherly and advisory roles for the re-positioning and growth of our organization.

6. ADR Bureau: This is a body of peace and dispute/conflict resolution experts. This Bureau is created in response to need to educate individuals and public on the importance of using alternative dispute resolution resource to solve their disagreements and disputes/ conflicts than to resort to self-help dispute approach or embroiled in long and expensive litigation's. Its target audiences are intra and inter personal and group disputants

Origin & Founding Members

International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law- Intersociety was founded by  Emeka Umeagbalasi (Criminologist & Expert in Security Studies) with encouragement and supports of Blessing, his wife; Anayo Okoli, Chinedum Agwaramgbo, Damian Ugwu,  Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin and Uche Wisdom Durueke.  Emeka Umeagbalasi is former chairman of the Civil Liberties Organization in Anambra State as well as its vice chairman of the Southeast zone. He was also the Onitsha Pre-Group Coordinator of Amnesty International, formerly Nigerian Section. He has received a number of merit awards and human rights education course certificates within and overseas. He is an alumnus of IVLP of the US Department of State (June 28, 2013). There are other friends and supporters who encouraged or assisted in bringing Intersociety into existence. We were inspired to come into existence by the works and reputations of Nigeria’s Civil Liberties Organization and the US based Human Rights Watch. We also got a boost from the UK based Amnesty International.

About Intersociety Nigeria

International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety) was founded in 2008 as a non-profit and non-governmental organization advocating for promotion and sustenance of civil liberties & rule of law, democracy & good governance and security & safety in Nigeria or any part thereof as well as beyond the boundaries of Nigeria. Our advocacy activities are in line with international rights laws and treaties as recognized by the United Nations and the African Union. For civil liberties and rule of law to hold sway in any given society, there must be democracy and good governance as well as security and safety.

 Every noble member of the modern global community must have its foundation laid upon these three pillars of: civil liberties & rule of law, democracy & good governance and security & safety. Human rights generally fare better where there is a society rested upon these three pillars. Our advocacy activities in the three areas are carried out through research, report, documentation and other mass advocacy toolkits. We also strongly support alternative dispute resolution mechanism as a better way of resolving intra and inter personal and group disputes and remain opposed to any form of same sex rights.

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Civil Liberties & Rule of Law

We work for promotion and advancement of the civil liberties and the rule of law

Democracy & Good Governance

Where there is no credible democracy and good governance, civil liberties and rule of law become a mirage.

Security & Safety

For the survival and sustainability of any modern society, its foundation must be laid upon three main pillars of “democracy & good governance”