Design And Implementation Of A Computerized Information System For A Human Right Based Organisation

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ABSTRACT
The clamour for justice and rights of man is an age long affair.  Social crusaders, philosophers, non governmental organization (NGOs) and thinkers of various persuasions, have devoted most of their effects to the promotion of monitoring and re-affirmation of faith in fundamental human right in the dignity and worth of the human person in equal right of nations large and small, and in fundamentals freedoms for all without distraction as to religious crisis, terrorisms, civil war etc.Computerized Information System
In Nigeria today, all of use belong to one family mankind.  Everyone is born free.  Each of us is entitled to have rights, freedom and duties of different kinds, not withstanding. Computerized Information System Each of its has as responsibility to acknowledge, respect, promote, and protect those fundamental rights and freedoms for all others as justice demands infact human beings are endowed with the faculty of convince and inner sense of right and wrong.Computerized Information System  Thus the need for justice is man’s quest for happiness and good harmonious living.  Computerized Information System A human who is deprived of any of these fundamental need is faced to live a sub-human existence, hence this work is a web-site designed to outline the information on human rights and people’s right as well as the abuses of there right between government and the populace in Nigeria.  A case study of National Human Right Development Commission (NHRDC).Computerized Information System
TABLE OF CONTENT
Title page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract
Organization of work
Table of content
CHAPTER ONE
Introduction
1.1Statement of problem
1.2Purpose of study
1.3Aims and objective of the study
1.4Scope of the study
1.5Construction and limitation
1.6Assumption
CHAPTER TWO
2.0Literature Review
CHAPTER THREE
3.0description and analysis of existing system
3.1facts finding method used
3.2organizational structure
3.3objective of the existing system
3.4input process, output analysis
3.5information flow diagram
3.6problems of the existing system
3.7justification of new system
CHAPTER FOUR
4.0design of new system
4.1output specification and design
4.2input specification and design
4.3file design
4.4procedure chart
4.5system flowchart
CHAPTER FIVE
5.1Implementation
5.2program flowchart
5.3pseudo code
CHAPTER SIX
6.0Documentation
CHAPTER SEVEN
7.0Recommendations
7.1Conclusion
7.2 Definition of terms
References