Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Nigeria Office
Abuja & Lagos

Phone:
+234 803 899 8708 (Abuja)

+234 706 792 4497 (Lagos)

E-Mail: info@fes-nigeria.org
web: www.fes-nigeria.org

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Upcoming activities

  • 2017 Activities

  • Morroco's accension to Ecowas: Threats and oppurtunities - Abuja Policy Dialogue; August
  • Electoral Risk Management Training Workshop, Ondo, November 2016
  • Climate Change Regional Training Workshop West Africa Edition, August
  • Peer Review on the Country Report on Industrialisation, August


  • Past Activities

  • Climate Change Regional Training Workshop West Africa Edition, August
  • Peer review on the Country Report on Industrialisation August
  • Abuja Policy Debate goes Lagos: The poor must also live. Forceful demolition of markets and living areas in Lagos and its effect on the poor.
  • Symposium on identified gaps and challenges of the security sector in Nigeria

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History & Mission

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) is a private, non-profit organisation committed to the values of Social Democracy. It was founded in 1925 as Germany’s first political foundation and bears the name of the first democratically elected president of Germany, Friedrich Ebert. Ebert, a Social Democrat, had risen from being a simple craftsman to hold the highest political office in the country. Against the background of his own experiences in political confrontation he had proposed the establishment of a foundation with the following aims:

Through such programmes the political legacy of Friedrich Ebert should be preserved: the promotion of freedom, solidarity and social justice through a democratic political process. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung was banned by the Nazis in 1933 and re-established in 1947. It carries out its mission in Germany and internationally through its programmes of political education, international cooperation, study and research. At present, FES maintains more than 100 offices worldwide, of which 19 are in sub-Saharan Africa.

FES Nigeria is one of FES’ extensive network of more than 100 offices worldwide. We commenced work in Nigeria in 1976 and have offices in Abuja and Lagos.

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