With the recent signing - by Mr. President - of the "Not-Too-Young-To-Run Bill" into law, the onus for necessary follow-up action apparently now rests on all primary stakeholders (young people and their groups, the not-too-young-to-run movement and like initiatives). Earlier, we had run a survey seeking to gather the views of the public, particularly the youth, on the bill and the movement that grew around it; this being at a point-in-time when assent was being awaited.

Now, with the provisions of the bill coming into full status as laws of the federation, this present "Raadaa Insights" survey focuses on questions bordering on the import of this present reality and, very importantly, the disposition and consciousness of the young people and other concerned parties pertaining the needed action that will birth - into reality - the hopes upon which the bill/movement had sprung in the first place.
On almost everyone's lips these days, talk about sexual harassment seems to be the burning concern. With the breaking of Monica Osagie’s story, the drum rolls began and eventually, the matter has been brought to the fore, such that awareness on how big and how deep the problem is seems to have suddenly dawned on all and sundry. The media, including the international media, are not left out. Close at the heels of all these, questions follow: just how big is the problem? What are the facts and figures?

In this survey, and in keeping with our commitment to supporting and facilitating dynamic surveys that produce information useful to society, we aim to collate the views of at least one million people in Nigeria, and from these derive useful data that would serve the cause of seeking a clear understanding, as well as fitting remedies, to this social problem. Thus, by sparing a few minutes of your time to respond to this survey, you will be contributing your bit to providing the much-needed data that would aid individuals, organizations, government agencies, among others, in the search for lasting solutions.

This survey will run for a period of 90 days, June to August 2018.
With the recent signing - by Mr. President - of the Not-Too-Young-To-Run Bill into law, the onus for necessary follow-up action apparently now rests on all primary stakeholders (young people and youth groups, the not-too-young-to-run movement and like initiatives). With the provisions of the bill coming into full status as laws of the Federation, this "Raadaa Insights" survey focuses on questions bordering on the import of this new law and, very importantly, the disposition and consciousness of youths and other concerned parties pertaining the needed action that will birth - into reality - the hopes upon which the bill/movement had sprung up in the first place.
Current Public Perceptions and Attitudes to People Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHA)
Asia, Europe, Americas, Australia, anywhere but this Nigeria of a place! These words are arguably the loud (or in many instances unvoiced) declarations of many a young Nigerian. It seems that for many, the right question is not whether one desires to emigrate from the country, but rather the questions of “when” and “how”. The lure of supposedly greener pastures out there in the “overseas” countries is one that many find irresistible and there are many reasons that can be adduced for this. Whatever be the case, the issue of the full import of this trend of affairs remains debatable.
In this insightful Raadaa Insights survey, the focus is on the disposition of young people in Nigeria towards long-term emigration, with issues including Thus, by sparing a few minutes of your time to respond to this survey, you will be contributing your bit to providing the much-needed data that would aid the continuing search for understanding of the various perspectives pertaining to the issue and in so doing help the work of individuals, organizations, government agencies, among others, who are consistently working to stem the tide.
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