One of the world's premier academic and research institutions, NILDS supports the sustenance of dynamic and effective Legislature in Nigeria (at Federal, State and Local level), and the ECOWAS sub-region
The National Institute for Legislative and Democratic Studies (NILDS) is an organ of the National Assembly established by an Act of Parliament. President Goodluck Jonathan signed into law the National Institute for Legislative Studies Act 2011 on March 2nd 2011 following the passage of the same by the Senate and the House of Representatives
In 2016, the Institute’s Governing Council approved the establishment of new department of Democratic Studies as well as a Department for Post Graduate Studies. On January 26th, 2018, President Muhammadu Buhari signed the National Institute for Legislative Studies (Amendment) Act, 2017. This expansion will enable the Institute to provide capacity development services to democratic Institutions and governance in Nigeria.
Nigeria’s Industrialisation Unattainable Without Functional Aluminum And Steel Sector – Dogara …advocates for mechanisation, subsidies to farmers for agricultural revolution.
Speaker Yakubu Dogara has, again, called on the executive to give priority to steel development in Nigeria, saying it is the bedrock of ...Read More
PRESIDENTIAL EXECUTIVE ORDERS 1-6 OF MAY 2017 TO JULY 2018 AS ENFORCABLE LEGISLATIVE INSTRUMENTS IN NIGERIA [AS AT JULY 6, 2018]
GOAL: - TO ENLIGHTEN THE PUBLIC ON THE NECESSITY AND VALIDITY OF PRESIDENTIAL EXECUTIVE ORDERS (E.O.S) IN NIGERIA. Date of Entry into For...Read More
Critical stakeholders commit to new guidelines on domestic election observation as a 2-Day Summit, organized by the National Institute for D...Read More
Building and continuously improving the capacity and efficiency of legislators and their aides within Nigeria and beyond through detailed and comprehensive training, research, support services and documentation.