International Press Centre (IPC) has demanded adequate protection for female journalists against violence. The demand followed the brutalisation of ABC journalist, Nefasah Vandi, allegedly by her estranged husband.
The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos has expressed concern over the Federal Government’s recent threat to sanction the British Broadcasting Corporation..
Following the physical, psychological, moral and emotional injuries journalists encounter due to exposure to traumatic events in the course of their career, communication scholars have unanimously stressed the need for trauma literacy...
As the 2022 World Press Freedom Day held yesterday, International Press Centre (IPC) and Media Rights Agenda (MRA) expressed concern over safety of journalists in Nigeria, insisting that the narrative must change.
Executive Director of International Press Institute and former President of National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Mr. Lanre Arogundade, has been released, following his arrest by officials of the Department of State Services.
Plans to establish an online platform that will enable Freedom of Information (FoI) desk officers from federal public institutions share information on the implementation of the FoI have been concluded.
12 Nov 2021
Renowned communication scholar, Prof. Ralph Akinfeleye, has called for urgent review of the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) Code, describing the current edition, issued last year by the regulator, as inconsistent with democracy.
3 Nov 2021
As the world marked the 2021 International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists yesterday, Chairman of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Lagos State Council, Adeleye Ajayi, urged the Federal Government and security agencies...
20 Jul 2021
Communications scholars, practitioners and stakeholders in the media industry, at a webinar organised by the International Press Centre (IPC) in Lagos, recently, have re-echoed the need for journalists...
5 Jul 2021
Civil society groups at a recent citizens and stakeholders engagement on review of constitution held in Lagos, stressed the need for a constitution that promotes the cause of democracy...
20 Jun 2021
That the Federal Government is bent on using the preponderance of fake news and hate speech to tinker with the regulatory framework guiding journalism practice is not news. On multiple fronts, the government is poised to amend the laws meant to regulate the media in Nigeria almost in a manner that stakeholders fear could hamper…