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  • IPC Trains Journalists on Managing Difficult Assignments

    IPC Trains Journalists on Managing Difficult Assignments0

    Worried by the spate of increased attacks on journalists and other media professionals by state and non-state actors, the International Press Centre organized a workshop for journalists on how to be safety conscious while covering conflicts or dangerous assignments. The two-day event which took place in Asaba, Delta State examined various means by which journalists

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  • IPC Launches Two Documentaries on Journalism in Abuja

    IPC Launches Two Documentaries on Journalism in Abuja0

    The International Press Center (IPC) is set to launch two documentaries and a publication on attacks on journalists in Federal Capital Territory, Abuja tomorrow – Wednesday May 11, 2022. The first of the documentaries and the publication are titled, ‘Voices From Covid-19 Frontlines’ while the second documentary is titled ‘Voices From #EndSars Frontlines’. The event

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  • International Women’s Day: Women Strategise for More Political Leadership Positions

    International Women’s Day: Women Strategise for More Political Leadership Positions0

    Today, March 8, is International Women’s Day. A day set aside to celebrate the progress made towards achieving gender equality and women’s empowerment and to critically reflect on those accomplishments and strive for a greater momentum towards gender equality worldwide. This year’s theme is “Breaking the Bias” but several obstacles in the form of discrimination

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  • Group Laments Poor State of Infrastructure in Esanland

    Group Laments Poor State of Infrastructure in Esanland0

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    • February 8, 2022

    …Asserts Roads Have Become Deathtraps, Compounding Insecurity Crisis …Calls for Urgent Intervention by FG, Edo Govt Esan Okpa Initiative EOI, a recently formed socio-cultural organisation concerned with the advancement of the Esan people, has strongly decried the poor state of infrastructure in Esanland, saying it has not only compounded the insecurity crisis in the area

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