Tracereporters –Centre for Peace and Education and community development, Jalingo with Support from spaces for change, Lagos organised a one day stakeholders town hall meeting on civil space and human rights in Adamawa.
One of the resource person during the one day seminar, Dr Joseph Gimba defined civil space as set of legal condition experienced by a lived environmental enables people -wether alone or with others, physical or online to be active in their communities.
Gimba however said civil space has enormous challenges as no everyone can be able to fully participate for its variety of reason and world over it is not free and some group of people are being discriminated and prevented from exercising their rights.
Mr Emmanuel Ussa Kwache is another facilitator who harped on bringing the image of society to be built in Peace as it panacea to development.
Court Magistrates and lawyers in Adamawa, Traditional leaders, Vigilantes, Hunters Association and CSOs are participants who were gathered in Dantsoho Hotel to be educated on civil space.
The Non Governmental organization trained the stakeholders to have a broad knowledge on human rights as the one of the Constitutional means to have a sound and civic environment.