The first NERCT series event in 2022 was held on April, 26th, focusing on the deradicalisation and reintegration process of terrorists and bandits in Nigeria. Please contact us to listen to the presentations of Dr. Jimam Lar, Assoc. Prof. Wilfred Terlumun Uji and Dr. Uju Agomoh. To receive information on the event series, please contact us by e-mail at info(at)nerct.com and you can also follow us on Twitter: @NERCT2022.
In a little less than 24 hours, NERCT 2016 will kick off in Abuja, Nigeria, including presentations, training sessions and workshops by Dr Chiedozie Okoro, Associate Professor at Lagos University, Dr. Emmanus Nonyeze Odikaesieme, Group Chairman/Managing Consultant of Salemma Industrial Ltd. as well as MOSECON’s Yan St-Pierre, Nik Wright and Uzoma I. Kingsley. Topics include “The Implication of youth restiveness/militancy, oil theft and pipeline vandalism in Niger Delta Region”, “Panpsychism & the challenge of security management in the contemporary world”, “Boko Haram as an African menace: Examining its expansion as ISWAP across west and north Africa”, “Stop Strategy Emergency Responders “, and a workshop on counter-terrorism “Going beyond weapons and Continue reading Just one more day to go before NERCT 2016 begins
The third edition of the Nigeria Emergency Response and Counter-Terrorism Workshop (NERCT) will be held in Abuja on October 6-7, 2016. Once again, members of the Nigerian and international security communities are invited to discuss and find solutions to Nigeria’s security problems. The workshop is hosted by Kingsyn Crystal Investments Ltd (Lagos) and MOSECON GmbH (Berlin). In 2016, it seems Nigeria is facing more threats than ever. Fuel shortages, economic problems, insurgencies in the north-east and in the Delta, communal and political violence, radical groups and a rapidly rising crime rate, all of which increase the insecurity surrounding Nigerians. It is under these dire circumstances that NERCT is taking place, Continue reading NERCT 2016 in Abuja in October
In 2015, the world continued to experience the spill-over effects of the conflicts that started at the beginning of the century. The wars waged in Syria, Iraq, Ukraine, Libya, Yemen or South Sudan are dictated by outside elements. Terrorism, fully embodied by the far-reaching tentacles of the Islamic State has made its presence felt on every continent, but especially in France, Mali, the Horn of Africa, the Middle-East and Nigeria. The dangers we face are everywhere, furtive and seemingly ready to strike at any time. Few countries in the world understand this better than Nigeria. The violence of Boko Haram – now known as Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) Continue reading NERCT 2015 – Training Program Review