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Media Rights Agenda

Journalists Seek CSO Support, Litigation Assistance to Enforce their Right of Access to Information

Participants at a training workshop made up of journalists from broadcast, print and online media drawn from different states across northern Nigeria have called on civil society organisations to support the media in the...

WSCIJ Trains NAN Staff on Current Trends and Realities in Investigative Journalism

The Wole Soyinka Center for Investigative Journalism (WSCIJ) on November 30, 2022 trained staff of the Lagos Office of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on the current trends and realities in investigative journalism. Mrs....

Participants at WikkiTimes Maiden Colloquium Call for Collaboration in Accountability Journalism

Participants at a WikkiTimes maiden colloquium have called for collaboration in accountability journalism by media outlets which share the passion of investigative journalism saying it is a powerful tool for wider penetration and reach.  This...

Kanem Press Digital Hub Trains NGOs in Yobe and Borno States

Kanem Press Digital Hub has conducted a two-day training for non-governmental organisations focusing on sub-national issues in education, health; and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) challenges within IDP camps and host communities of Yobe...

IPC Launches Training Series to Enable Female Journalists Better Report on Elections

The International Press Centre (IPC) in Lagos, has launched a four-series specialised skill-enhancing training to equip and enable female journalists to report public interest issues around the 2023 elections from a deepened gender perspective,...

Stallion Times Trains Journalists, CSOs on Tracking Constituency Projects

Stallion Times Media Services has trained about 40 journalists and representatives of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) on how to track constituency projects in Kogi State. The two-day workshop which took place on October 18 and...