Civil Resource Development and Documentation Centre (hereinafter referred to as CIRDDOC) is an independent, non-governmental and not-for-profit organisation established in 1996 for the protection and promotion of human rights and women’s human rights and the strengthening of civil society. CIRDDOC is also committed to the institutionalization of good governance, gender equality and the rule of law in Nigeria. CIRDDOC is registered under Part C of Companies and Allied Matters Act Cap. C20 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 with Registration Number: RC 10,928
It is a principal policy of CIRDDOC to maintain complete, accurate and high-quality records. Records are to be retained for the period of their immediate use, unless longer retention is required for historical reference, contractual, legal or regulatory requirements or for other purposes as may be set forth below.
Records that are no longer required, or have satisfied their required periods of retention, shall be destroyed. CIRDDOC Board members including the Executive Director, officers, employees, contractors, volunteers or downstream partners shall not knowingly destroy a document with the intent to obstruct or influence the investigation or proper administration or execution of any project or matter concerning indigent people, vulnerable adults and children within the jurisdiction of any government department or agency or in relation to or contemplation of any such matter or case or Project of the Organisation.
This policy covers all records and documents of CIRDDOC which the Organisation reserves the right to amend, alter and terminate at any time.