Beliefs and Values

We Believe:

Effective youth engagement creates lasting peace impact.
Peace is a human right
Expression is vital ingredient in all forms of life
Re-educated people contribute to national stability.
Better methods of learning will achieve widespread knowledge impact.

Our Values:


INTEGRITY We respect ethical standards and uphold trust. We endeavor to do exactly what we say we will do.


We use our standards as sets to challenge ourselves for optimum performance in our work. Every team member makes a unique contribution to touch a life every other day


While we do not ignore the past, we focus more on what the future holds through learning from past experiences to sustain the future.


We employ humility and mutual respect to build and sustain collaborative relationships. We are open to observations and offer ours humbly.


We support initiatives and programs that provide value for the way forward.


Families, indigenous nations, religions, states, communities and classes all have a similar rule to the golden rule; Do unto others as you would have them do unto you .
The Hindu Vedas, Bible, Quran {Koran}, the analects of Confucius, these four oldest books address questions of people’s duties, rights, and responsibilities.
So it’s well in place to say by the virtue of humanity, everyone is entitled to certain human rights, yet it’s fairly new in our society as codes created to protect these rights are ignored.
A few people will argue that if every element of right is treated as a priority then nothing will be treated as though it were not important.
Let no man do unto others what they wouldn’t want to be done unto them.
Let’s fight for human right{s} here and now.


These are rights naturally accruable to every person by virtue of his/her existence as a human being. The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, under Chapter IV enumerates the following as fundamental human rights:-
• Right to life
• Right to dignity of human person
• Right to personal liberty
• Right to fair hearing
• Right to private and family life
• Right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion
• Right to freedom of expression and the press
• Right to peaceful assembly and association
• Right to freedom of movement
• Right to freedom from discrimination on the grounds of ethnic group, place of origin, circumstance of birth, sex, religion or political opinion.
• Right to compensation for property compulsorily acquired
The above rights are classified under Chapter IV of the Constitution as Fundamental Rights. However, there are other rights under Fundamental Objectives and Directive Principles of State Policy provided under Chapter II of the Constitution. These include the right to:
• Free and compulsory education
• Adequate health care, gainful employment
• Shelter, food etc