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Welcome to the website of Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) Nigeria. We are an interdenominational Christian human rights organization committed to upholding religious harmony, contributing towards the peaceful co-existence of Nigeria's religious communities, and ensuring that all Nigerians enjoy the rights and freedoms to which they are constitutionally entitled.CSW Nigeria exists to address the injustice faced by those who are discriminated against or face violence on religious grounds, to champion human rights and to stand in solidarity with the oppressed. Through advocacy, research, lobbying and contacting the print and broadcast media, we raise awareness of the plight of the persecuted in the legislative arena



Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves ,for the right of all destitute.speak up and judge fairly :defend the right of the poor and needy.(proverbs 31:8-9)

Everyone has the right to freedom of thought .conscience and religion; this include the freedom to change his religion or belief , and freedom either alone in public or private , to manifest his religion or belief in teaching,practice,worship and observance.(Universal Declaration of Human Rights :Article 18)


The family of Reverend Jesús Noel Carballeda, the 44 year-old Cuban pastor of an unregistered church in Havana, is calling for his release from Valle Grande prison in San Antonio de los Baños, Havana Province, where he has been imprisoned for approximately a month without charge.

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Right now, terrorist violence is tearing lives apart in north east Nigeria – could you give an extra gift today to help victims and vulnerable communities?

“These attacks are very frightening for those who have survived them, and those who have watched as their loved ones have been killed.

“We’ve been hearing people relating how they fled and saw Boko Haram actually shooting people as they tried to escape. People were running through the woods and just running over bodies because they massacred so many villages.”

Our Africa and Middle East Team Leader explained how we’re working with our partners on the ground to help some of the victims of Boko Haram’s violence. Boko Haram is brutally murdering Christians and Muslims who do not agree with their ideology – just as we’ve seen ISIS(L) do in Iraq and Syria.


As if that isn’t bad enough, there has been a surge in attacks by Fulani militia men on non-Muslim villages, with almost 100 people killed in the last few weeks alone. Many now believe that Boko Haram are linked to these attacks as well. CSW is also working through partners on the ground to help the victims of these attacks…