African Law Foundation (AFRILAW)

No. 55 Annang Street, New Layout, Enugu, Enugu State - Nigeria

+234 7030769078 /

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African Law Foundation (AFRILAW) is an independent, non-profit and non-partisan development law organization with headquarter at Enugu, Enugu State of Nigeria, and office at Abuja, which is registered with the Nigerian Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) as a non-profit organization and company limited by guarantee with registration number RC 1159775. 


The vision of AFRILAW is a prosperous Africa and a world where people live just and better life. Our mission is to build a better and sustainable African society through the rule of law, human rights and justice.


AFRILAW works and services are currently focused on:

  • Organised Crime and Criminal Justice Administration;
  • Access to Justice and Legal Empowerment of the Poor;
  • SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals);
  • Drugs Law and Policy Reform;
  • Public Safety and Security;
  • Public Health Law and Human Rights;
  • Democratic Governance and Civic Participation;
  • Business and Human Rights/Corporate Accountability;
  • Fair Trade and Sustainable Investment;
  • Gender Justice;
  • Child Rights Protection;
  • Climatic Justice.


AFRILAW is a member of many local and international associations and networks such as:

  • Global Legal Empowerment Network;
  • CSOs Observatory on Administration of Criminal Justice in Nigeria;
  • Community Intervention Network on Drugs (CIND);
  • HIV Justice Worldwide;
  • Coalition on Human Rights in Development;
  • OECD Watch Network;
  • African Coalition on Corporate Accountability (ACCA);
  • International Advocates Working Group (IAWG);
  • International Code of Conduct Association (ICoCA);
  • CIVICUS Global Alliance;
  • Affirmative Action Initiative for Women (NCAA);
  • International Association of Legal Ethics;
  • Global Alliance for Justice Education (GAJE);
  • Child Protection Network (CPN); 
  • MenEngaged Global Alliance;
  • World Federation for Democracy;
  • World Bank-Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development.