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    Human Rights

    MOSOP is committed to the promotion of human rights for the indigenous Ogoni people of Nigeria..



    The environment as man's first right. Its development and preservation is core focus of our campaign


    Conflict Resolution

    We are committed to Non-Violence, Conflict resolution and peace building


    Good Governance

    We are committed to promoting the ideals of democracy and good governance which engender respect for citizen's rights.


The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People, also known as (MOSOP), is a mass‐based social movement organization of the indigenous Ogoni people of Southern Nigeria. MOSOP is the umbrella organization representing more than 1,200,000 indigenous Ogoni people campaigning for social, economic and environmental justice. MOSOP's use of non-violent methods to promote democratic principles assist Ogoni people pursue rights of self-determination in environmental issues in the Nigeria. Founded in 1990 MOSOP initiated efforts with the Ogoni Bill of Rights. led its submission to the government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Peoples in Geneva....

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Contact Info


    Address: 9 Justice Mary Odili Street, Off Ken Saro-Wiwa Rd. Port Harcourt, Nigeria

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