ABOUT: HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS CLUB
ITS INCEPTION AND HISTORY:
HURAC is a club instituted by the Movement For the Survival of the Ogoni People, which is open to all secondary schools within and outside Ogoni and also to all intending members. A summit was called in 2008 by MOSOP and the mandate was given to all the secondary schools that attended to set up the club in each of the secondary schools. It`s currently operating in Riv-Poly secondary school, its division HQTRS, and also in CSS Bori, ACGS Bori, BMGS Bori and some Portharcourt schools. It has Kate, Wisdom Deebeke as its pioneer Senior Chief Co-ordinator. It was officially inaugurated on January 16th, 2009 in Riv-Poly by the INTELLECTUAL ELITE BATCH, with Tuaka Jeremiah Nwidum as the appointed Chairman as at then. It aims at educating members and the public on their fundamental human rights, human rights advocacy, human rights abuses and campaign, etc.
Everyone is allowed to join HURAC and to participate in the activities of the club form time to time. No registration fee, but commitment is required of everybody who wishes to join. Should you be interested, or would want to know more information about how the club operates, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our CONTACT US page.
1.To create human rights awareness amongst secondary school students
2. To enlighten the public on how to redeem the rights
3.To advocate for the rights of the minority ethnic group