Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre

Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC)



Target Location

National; Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Delta, Edo, Lagos, Rivers


To reduce poverty and inequality through effective and efficient management of the extractive sector resources

A non-governmental, non-profit advocacy, information sharing, research and capacity building organization with a mission to strengthen the link between civil society and the legislature through advocacy and capacity building for civil society groups and policymakers on legislative processes and governance issues

Advocacy Asks:

  • Budgetary allocation for the implementation of the Beneficial Ownership program
  • Implementation of remedial issues from the NEITI audit report.
  • Implementation of Contract Transparency in the Extractive Sector.

Cluster Members

1. Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) – Anchor
2. Community Conciliation and Development Initiative (CCADI), Rivers
3. Connected Advocacy for Empowerment & Youth Development Initiative (Connected Advocacy), Edo
4. Connected Development (CODE), Abuja
5. Good Governance Team (GGT) Nigeria, Abuja
6. Institutional and Sustainable Development Foundation (ISDF), Abuja
7. International Centre for Women Empowerment and Child Development, Delta
8. Policy Alert, Akwa Ibom
9. Speak Out Africa Initiative. Abuja
10. Support for Training and Entrepreneurial program, Akwa Ibom
11. Social Development Integrated Center (Social Action), Rivers

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Justice, Development and Peace Commission (JDPC) Abuja
Justice, Development and Peace Commission (JDPC) Abuja


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Youth Alive Foundation
Youth Alive Foundation (YAF)

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