JODER, IPC, MRA condemn Fani-Kayode’s attack on journalist
Nigeria’s foremost media rights group, Journalists for Democratic Rights (JODER), has said that the outburst of former Aviation Minister, Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode, against a Daily Trust Correspondent...
Activist warns against Hate Speech Bill, says it’s threat to democracy
The bill on Hate Speech before the National Assembly, if passed into law, would infringe on citizens’ rights, aside threatening the essence of democracy, which allows for free speech.
How journalists can resolve conflicts through diversity reporting
“By reporting diversity, journalists are also promoting good governance, preventing conflict and deepening the culture of debate, dialogue and strengthening the capacity of the media to promote the public good.”
JODER, IEE task journalists on conflicts resolution, development
Executive Director of the group, Adewale Adeoye, gave the charge in Lagos at a media session organised for journalists, insisting that they have a great role to play in conflicts resolution and development of the country.
Ford Foundation, media organisation announce working group on peace building
The working group made up of leaders of youth driven bodies will work with leaders of indigenous communities, faith-based groups and the civil society towards a people-driven mechanism for peaceful co-coexistence.