In a world surrounded by thousands of economic, social, and political challenges, thought tanks serve as a bridge between decision makers and researchers. Concentration is a body of experts who provide evidence-based research and advice on specific socio-economic problems. Most are non-governmental organizations, but some are semi-autonomous government agencies, businesses or political parties.
Thinking tanks are often supported by private individuals, businesses or government subsidies. Stakeholders engage in discussions, publish articles or draft legislation used by governments or private bodies to achieve their goals.
They believe that much of Nigeria’s gratitude is focused on public policy, democracy, strategy and socio-economic development. Frequently mentioned in national discourses are: Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG), Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), Center for Development and Democracy (CDD), and Public Policy Analysis and Management (IPPAM) initiative.
Nigerian Economic Forum Group (NESG)
NESG is a privately owned think tank and policy advocacy group in Nigeria. It was established in 1993 as a primary research institution to help stakeholders in the public and private sectors implement policies and discuss the future of the Nigerian economy.
NESG has successfully hosted 26 economic conferences since 1996, the main focus of which was on dismantling the pillars of corruption, promoting sustainable growth and development, and aligning the domestic development agenda with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
NESG policy commissions include public and private sector executives who meet regularly to monitor and receive recommendations. His interventions will help drive policy change through specialized research, capacity building and the participation of senior stakeholders. Initial and subsequent interventions include BetterTax, Bridge Bridge, FarmGain, the National Council for Business Environment (NASSBER), the Nigerian Renewable Energy Network (NER) and the Policy Innovation Unit (PIU).
In particular, NESG is using all resources to influence life, including technology. The 26th Annual Economic Summit Summit was a mixture of physical and imaginary issues due to COVID-19 concerns. This gave remote participants the opportunity to join discussions on how to shape the future of the Nigerian economy. The team currently hosts NESG Radio’s weekly syndic podcast, which helps to transmit critical information on economic policies, ideas, health, trends and interventions to Nigerians across the board.
NESG is Nigeria’s most influential think tank, taking into account the orders of the Annual Economic Summit and the impact on government policies on national interest.
Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER)
NISER was founded in Ibadan in 1960, where it is now located. A.D. In 2006, the federal government merged the National Manpower Board (NMB) with NISER and placed it under the National Planning Commission (NPC).
A.D. In 2020, NISER has partnered with the PERL to partner with the UK Office for External, Commonwealth and Development (FERL) funding of the Webinar series. It uses this series to draw on academics, government, civil society and the private sector to address complex socio-economic challenges affecting Nigeria. The results of the session will be distributed to key stakeholders as briefings.
NISER conducts research and consulting on federal, private, and foreign-funded projects. It also organizes annual policy discussions and provides training in research methods, reports and service writing.
National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS)
NIPSS was established in In 1979, he was proud of Plato. The main objective of the institute is to develop high-tech professionals to implement innovative policy initiatives that are critical to national development.
The institute is a hub for bureaucrats, private sector leaders and senior civil servants. They exchange ideas on major issues affecting society, especially in the context of the changing world, as they relate to Nigeria and Africa.
NIPSS offers senior executive courses in policy and management as well as strategic responsibility for command.
Center for Development and Democracy
A.D. In 1997, the Center for Democracy and Development (CDD) was established as a non-profit research and advocacy organization in the United Kingdom.
Founded in Abuja, CDD provides resources to address international challenges and impede democratic development in West Africa.
The Center pursues its objectives in national and regional programs on democratic governance and human resource development. This includes the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), deregulation and counter-terrorism, as well as budget monitoring and capacity building to achieve West Africa awareness.
CDD’s focus areas include: Parliamentary Participation, Peace and Human Security, Democratic Governance and Transparency.
Public Policy Analysis and Management Initiative (IPPAM)
IPPAM is an Abuja-based global policy idea tank. Provides policy analysis, research, advocacy, and provides support services to state and non-governmental organizations.
Inive TV focuses on public policy as a tool for good governance and sustainable development, while the focus areas are on good governance, economic governance, environmental sustainability and human development.
IPPAM membership categories include internal, affiliate, full member and partner.
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