Cooperate Profiles

CORPORATE STRUCTURE OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS & ANTI-CORRUPTION SOCIETY

The following corporate structure is adopted to carryout the Mandates, Policy Determinations
and Mode of Operations of the Society in line with the Constitution of International Human Rights & Anti- Corruption Society, the following detailed the Corporate Structure of the Society:

1. PRESIDENT – DIRECTOR GENERAL
The Director General is the Founder, President and the Chief Executive of the Trusteeship Council, National Executive Council and the Spokesman of the Society. He directs all the affairs and activities of the Society and Authorize / Approve all incomes, payments and expenditures of the Society.
2. BOARD OF TRUSTEES
The Board of Trustees is headed by the President – Director General for the smooth pursuits of all the set Mandates, Policy Determinations and Mode of Operations of the Society.
3. THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
The Executive Secretary conducts all the correspondents of the International Human Rights & Anti-Corruption Society in consultation with the Director General, summon meetings at the instance and approval of the Director General, stating the Agenda of the meetings and keep the Register of the Board of Trustees as well as all Minutes of all meetings of the International Human Rights & Anti-Corruption Society
4. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (NEC)
The National Executive Council is headed by the Director General assisted by the Secretary General to oversee the activities and functions of various Directorates of the Society.
5. ZONAL CO-ORDINATOR
The Zonal Co-ordinator with Zonal Members conduct, monitor and observe all the activities, affairs and issues of Human Rights Violation, Corruption, Insecurity / Violence Crimes and Development of each Zone and report directly to the National Executive Council for action.
6. STATE CO-ORDINATOR
The State Co-ordinator with State Members conduct and observe all the activities, affairs and issues of Human Rights Violation, Corruption, Insecurity / Violence Crimes and Development in each State and report directly to the Zonal Co­ordinator.
7. LOCAL GOVERNMENT/AREA COUNCIL COORDINATOR
The Local Government / Area Council Co-ordinator with Area Members conduct and observe all the activities, affairs and issues of Human Rights Violation, Corruption, Insecurity / Violence Crimes and Development in each Local Government / Area Council and report directly to the State Co-ordinator.
8. STAFF(s)
These are the personnel and officers employed either on Part Time, Full Time or Voluntary Basis by the International Human Rights & Anti- Corruption Society to aid in the administrative facilitation of the activities and affairs of International Human Rights and Anti- Corruption Society.
9. LEGAL ADVISORY BOARD AND LITIGATION
The Advisory Board is responsible for legal activities on Human Rights Violation, Corruption, Insecurity /Violence Crime and all litigations in the court of justice and is headed by the retired judge from Court of Appeal- JCA.
10. DIRECTORATE OF DEMOCRACY AND GOVERNANCE
The Directorate is headed by a Director and is primary responsible for the contribution for the development of knowledge and skills on good governance. Ensuring that there is inequality in the appointment and elected of women into the Public offices / decision making position. Strengthen Human Rights and monitoring arrangement in Nations. And Strengthen Civil Society capacity to participate and influence debates on trades, debt relief and financing for the development.
11. DIRECTORATE OF LAW AND SECURITY
The Directorate of Law and Security is headed by a Director who is a retired military officer and a legal practitioner is responsible for advocacy for fair legal policies that effectively respond to National and International Security concern.
12. DIRECTORATE OF CORRUPTION HUMAN RIGHTS AND ANTI-CORRUPTION
The Directorate is headed by a Director who is a retired University Lecturer and a Professor of Crop Production and Toxicology. The Directorate deals with all issues of Abuse of Human Rights, Corruption and Violence Crimes and make recommendation for Litigation to Court of Justice.
13. DIRECTORATE OF LEGAL, INVESTIGATION AND MONITORING
The Directorate of Legal is headed by a Director and Legal Practitioner is responsible for the treatment of admissibility and inadmissibility of complaints and petitions in accordance with the Rule of admissibility and the Mandates, Policy Determinations and Mode of Operations of the Society. The Directorate deals with the complaints and petitions that involves Corruption, Abuse of Human Rights and all Forms of Violence Crimes. The Directorate conducts enquires, visitations and inspections to obtained facts and truths. The Society also initiates investigations into Human Rights Violation, Corruption and violence crimes on her own accord even if such is not reported by anybody (Suo Motto).
14. DIRECTORATE OF PUBLICITY, RESEARCH, STATISTICS AND PLANNING
The Directorate is headed by a Director and primarily responsible for public awareness as well as developing and promoting the corporate image of the Society and initiating awareness strategies on Human Rights, Anti-Corruption, Security/Violence Crimes and Development Issues. The Directorate plays a vital role in educating the public about the programmes and services provided by Governments and grant/funds from International Organizations and Agencies through the use of media and communication tools. The Directorate conducts the Research, Statistic and Planning in the areas of Human Rights, Security, Anti-corruption Social, Economic, Civil, Development and Cultural Rights.
15 DIRECTORATE ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE
The Directorate is headed by the Director of Administration and Finance as the custodian of all the financial records of International Human Rights and Anti-Corruption Society such as:
– Cost Allocation
– Grant Assistant for National and International Organisations
– General Accounting Records
– Custody of Impress
– Cash flow
-Internal/External Finance Reports
– Tax Reports
– Appropriation and Re- appropriation of Account. The Directorate has Audit and Bank Account Unit, which the Audited Accounts of the Organization is made annually by the Firm of Certified Auditors.
16. DIRECTORATE OF BUDGET
The Directorate is headed by a Director and responsible for the preparation and defending of the budget of the Organization.
17. DIRECTORATE OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT
The Directorate is headed by a Director and primary responsible to aid the Government and International Organizations and Agencies to tackle the Economic, Social, Environmental, Political and Governance challenges of a Nation.
18. DIRECTORATE OF MANPOWER TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
The Directorate is headed by Director responsible for the preparation of Training Programmes, Conducts Workshops, Seminars, Training, Conferences and Symposiums. Promoting and encouraging the Acquisition of Skills with view to generating a pool of indigenous training manpower, sufficient to meet the needs of the Economy, needy persons, and less privileged in the Nations.
19. DIRECTORATE OF DETECTIVE AND INTELLIGENCE
This Directorate is headed by a Director, responsible for the detective of materials and information of financial mismanagement, fraud, Corruption and Abuse of Powers.
20. DIRECTORATE OF DEVELOPMENT
The Directorate is headed by a Director, primary responsible for the implementations of Government’s Budget at all levels, International Projects / Programmes in conformity with the grants/funds so budgeted for, Humanitarian and Charitable Services, Human and Ingenuity Development.
21. CONSULTANCY SERVICES
International Human Rights and Anti-Corruption Society renders Consultancy Services in training/Workshops, /Programmes Monitoring and Evaluation, Reporting Analysis and Development. Our consultancies are as follows as approved for the International human Rights and Anti-Corruption Society by law as follows:Projects Monitoring and Management to ensure compliance with set standards and specifications.
Projects Monitoring and Management to ensure compliance with set standards and specifications.
Projects and Contracts Analysis and Evaluation.
Projects and Programs Costing, Reporting and advising the Clients.
Preparation of bill of materials for projects.
Retainership for the purpose of regular and planned contact to control Corruption and Mismanagement of public funds.
Partnership and Collaboration for the purpose of Developmental projects/Programms implementation to ensure conformity to the required National and International Specifications, Standards and Norms.