Save the Children, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), yesterday, said more than 27 million children were driven into hunger and malnutrition by extreme weather events in countries heavily impacted by the climate crisis in 2022.
The only way to achieve an election, which outcome will be acceptable to all in Kogi State is to be transparent and all stakeholders treated equally, the International Press Centre (IPC) has said, cautioning journalists not to show any bias in their reportage before, during and after the election.
Ahead of Bayelsa State governorship election slated for November 11, 2023, media practitioners and stakeholders in the industry have said the press would be pivotal to the conduct of free and fair elections.
I have lost N12b investment to hostile govts, LP candidate laments AHEAD of the November 11 governorship election in Imo State, the International Press Centre (IPC), in partnership with the Centre for Media and Society (CEMESO), as well as journalists who will be covering the poll, at the weekend, rose from a roundtable, resolving to work towards…
The African Action Congress (AAC) has challenged candidates of other political parties to borrow a leaf from their presidential candidate, Omoyele Sowore, and make public their campaign financing sources and expenses utilised in the just concluded 2023 general elections.
International Press Centre (IPC), with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Nigeria, is set to implement a project aimed at enhancing transparency and strengthening national capacities to prevent and mitigate threats hampering the integrity of information arising from the general 2023 elections.
The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos, has expressed serious concern over reported attacks on journalists and other media professionals that covered last weekend’s Presidential and National Assembly elections.
As the 2023 general elections draw closer, International Press Centre (IPC) has said about 250 journalists, who covered the 2019 polls, were molested and attacked in the course of discharging their lawful duties on election day.
For inclusive general elections this year, International Press Centre (IPC), will tomorrow, convene a stakeholders’ roundtable to present findings from its ongoing media monitoring.
The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) figures released late last year revealed that Somalia remains on the brink of famine, as 5.6 million people are in crisis or worse level of food insecurity.
Publisher, National Point, Ibiba Don Pedro; Executive Director, International Press Centre (IPC), Lanre Arogundade and Executive Director, Journalists for Democratic Rights (JODER), Adewale Adeoye ...