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13 Oct 2020
Speakers at a two-day workshop on Building Capacity of Nigerian Social Media Producers/Bloggers in Countering Hate Speech & Fake News have stressed the need for social media users, influencers and bloggers to be mindful of the contents they share on their various platforms in order to minimise hate speech and fake news.
10 Mar 2020
As hate speech and fake news continue to threaten the peace, unity and corporate existence of Nigerians, the Media Awareness and Information for All Network (MAIN), in collaboration with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation ...
11 Jul 2017
Mr. Yao Ydo, reiterated the commitment of UNESCO to supporting sustainable community radio operations in the country, saying, “Community radio is a major participatory medium that engenders inclusive and sustainable development.”
24 Oct 2016
In its quest to promote transparency and accountability as a major pillar of democratic governance, Media Awareness and Information, with the support of the United States Consulate General, Lagos...

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