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COMMUNIQUÉ OF NATIONAL STAKEHOLDERS’ ROUNDTABLE ON SETTING MEDIA AND PUBLIC AGENDA FOR 2015 ELECTIONS ORGANIZED BY THE INTERNATIONAL PRESS CENTRE (IPC) IN ABUJA ON  WEDNESDAY MARCH 26, 2014.
 

INTRODUCTION
The One-day national stakeholders’ roundtable was organized by the International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria  ... read more

MRA Hosts Africa Regional Conference on Freedom of Information Implementation

Lagos, Friday, March 14, 2014: Media Rights Agenda (MRA) will host a two-day Africa Regional Conference on Freedom of Information Implementation on March 18 and 19, 2014 in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, to design strategies for enhancing the effectiveness of access to information laws on the continent... read more

COMMUNIQUÉ OF A TWO-DAY WORKSHOP ON IMPROVING THE STANDARDS OF ELECTION AND DEMOCRATIC REFORM REPORTING AND GENDER MAINSTREAMING

INTRODUCTION
The two-day workshop was organized by the International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria with the support of the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) Democratic Governance for Development project (DGD II)... read more

DOWNLOAD REVIEW OF THE“REPORT OF ONE MONTH SURVEY OF SIX NEWSPAPERS REPORTAGE OF
RURAL POVERTY ISSUES IN NIGERIA”DR. ABIGAIL OGWEZZY-NDISIKA
DEPT. OF MASS COMMUNICATION UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, LAGOS

IPC HOLDS PUBLIC PRESENTATION OF MEDIA SURVEY OF RURAL POVERTY REPORTING IN NIGERIA: A REPORT ON SIX NEWSPAPERS.

The International Press Centre, (IPC) Lagos  will hold a  public presentation/media launch of “Monitoring Rural Poverty Reporting: A report of one-month survey of six newspapers reportage of rural poverty issues in Nigeria”.

The event takes place as follows:

Date: Friday, December 20, 2013

Time: 11am.

Reviewer: Dr. Abigail Ogwezzy, Department of Mass Communication, University of Lagos.

The exercise, which monitored reports on rural poverty issues in the month of April, 2013 was conducted on six newspapers, namely: The Guardian, Daily Sun, Vanguard, The Nation, This day and Punch, was undertaken as part of a project on “Monitoring & strengthening the capacity of the media to report and mainstream rural poverty issues” by the IPC through the support of The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC).

 

PAINS AND EXPECTATIONS OF GOVERNANCE: NIGERIANS SPEAK
Governance in Nigeria, in spite of the back to back civilian transition from 1999 till date remains far off from what Nigerians expected it to be...read more
Earn money writing for NDR
Opportunity exists for journalists to write for the Nigerian Democratic Report (NDR) http://www.ndr.org.ng/.
NDR is an independent online news medium and media resource portal published by the International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria... read more
Welcome Remarks by Lanre Arogundade at the Media Launch of Nigerian Democratic Report
We cannot but be quite glad to welcome you to this important occasion. We thank you sincerely for sparing the time...read more
World DevelopmentInformation Day: IPC urges effective FOI implementation.
The International Press Centre, IPC Lagos-Nigeria has called for increased commitments to FOI implementation in the country... read more
COMMUNIQUÉ OF A TWO-DAY MEDIA WORKSHOP ON INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING AND METHODOLOGIES FOR INSTITUTIONALIZING TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS ORGANIZED BY THE INTERNATIONAL PRESS CENTRE (IPC) AT SHARON ULTIMATE HOTELS, GARKI, ABUJA ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9 AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2013

 

INTRODUCTION

The two-day workshop was organized by the International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria with the support of United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) Democratic Governance for Development project (DGD II)... read more

 

Raising effective voices for democracy
On International Day of Democracy, 15 September 2013, the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) calls on its members and networks to ...read more
THE INTERNATIONAL PRESS CENTRE HOLDS MEDIA ROLE IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP

The International Press Centre (IPC), holds two –day workshop on enhanced media role in conflict resolution and management for sustainable democracy and development in Ado-Ekiti,Ekiti State, Nigeria ... read more

IPC MONITORS MEDIA COVERAGE OF RURAL POVERTY ISSUES

The International Press Center has commenced a one-month monitoring exercise on the coverage of rural poverty issues by... read more
IFJ Condemns Killing of Female Journalist in Somalia
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) today condemned the killing of Rahmo Abdulkadir, a female radio journalist who was gunned down in the Somali capital, Mogadishu on Sunday 24 March 2013...read more
World Radio Day:IPC,OTHERS CALL FOR REFORM OF BROADCAST SECTOR

Introduction:

The Nigeria Community Radio Coalition (NCRC), the Institute for Media and Society (IMS), Media Rights Agenda (MRA) and the International Press Centre (IPC), join the rest of the global community in celebrating  the second anniversary ... read more

Why journalists should embrace insurance scheme, by NUJ President

ONE year after Mr. John Enenche of the Channels Television was killed by members of the dreaded Boko Haram sect in Kano, not much has been done by journalists to take advantage of the insurance scheme put in place by the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ)... read more
ADVOCATES STEP UP CAAMPAIGN FOR COMMUNITY RADIO IN ABUJA
ADVOCATES of the community broadcasting under the auspices of the Nigerian Community Radio Coalition (NCRC) are displeased with the federal government. And they appear to have strong reason for their displeasure ... read more

The IFJ raises concern about security of journalists after the killing of an editor in Nigeria

 

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) today has vigorously condemned the killing of a journalist in the Nigerian city of Onithsa (Anambra state, South East) by unknown gunmen.

 According to Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) an IFJ affiliate, the journalist Ikechukwu Udendu, editor of Anambra News a monthly newspaper, was shot dead on Saturday 12 January 2013 by unknown persons... read more

Communiqué issued at the end of a Two- Day Media workshop on ‘CONFLICT SENSITIVE REPORTING AND DISASTER RISK REDUCTION"
Communiqué issued at the end of a Two- Day Media workshop on ‘CONFLICT SENSITIVE REPORTING AND DISASTER RISK REDUCTION’ for journalists organized by ACTIONAID Nigeria in collaboration with International Press Centre (IPC) at IPC hall, Ogba, Lagos... read more
 
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