Journalists: Endangered species
May 3 this year was marked last week as it is done every year as World Press Freedom Day. The theme for this year’s celebration was “Information as a public good.”
Nigerian media at risk for holding govt accountable, says NUJ
President of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Chris Isiguzo, has decried the risk journalists face in their professional duties.
30 years after, UNESCO commemorates anniversary of Press Freedom Day
Thirty years after the historic free, independent and pluralistic press summit held in Windhoek, Namibia, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has decided to return the conference to its birthplace.
Foundation trains journalists on migration reportage, capacity building
A non-governmental Organisation, Art for Humanity Foundation, recently trained 10 independent photojournalists on ethical reportage of migration issues in Edo State.
COVID-19 is wake-up call for Nigeria to innovate, UNESCO says
The United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has said that the global COVID-19 pandemic is a wake-up call for the Nigerian government
Engineers urged to develop indigenous technology capacity
To contend with foreign incursion into the construction sector, experts have stressed the need to develop indigenous technology capacity of engineers.
Omolewa at 80: I’m just a product of God’s mercy
At 80, you know, it’s my colleagues who have drawn my attention to my being 80. They wanted to keep its celebration a secret and that would have been good for them if they had kept it a secret but unfortunately.....
Judiciary, key to ending impunity for crimes against journalists, says UNESCO
To mobilse judicial actors to end crimes against journalists, the United Nations Educational Scientific Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and members of the Group of Friends on Safety of Journalists