The International Press Centre (IPC), the lead partner of component 4 (Support to media) of the European Union Support to Democratic Governance in Nigeria-Phase II (EUSDGN II) project has launched a four-series specialised skill-enhancing sessions to equip and enable female journalists to report public interest issues around the 2023 electoral process from a deepened gender […]
Lagos based media NGO, the International Press Centre (IPC), is miffed that the National Broadcasting Commission has slammed a hefty fine of N5m on Trust TV over the broadcast of a documentary on the state of insecurity in the country titled ‘Nigeria’s Banditry: The Inside Story’.
The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria yesterday expressed concern over the renewed wave of attacks on journalists including those covering the primaries by political parties. IPC said its Safety of Journalists Alert Desk has documented the following recent attacks, among others: The shooting by the Police of Toba Adedeji, the Osun State Correspondent of The […]
The International Press Center (IPC) is set to launch two documentaries and a publication on attacks on journalists in Abuja today, Wednesday May 11, 2022 – in Abuja, FCT.
The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos, Nigeria has condemned the abduction of former Chairman of the Federated Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) in Bayelsa State and others reportedly by unknown gunmen on Monday, March 29, 2022.
The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria is delighted that the News Crew of The Enugu State Broadcasting Service (ESBS) abducted by unknown gunmen on Wednesday, February 23, 2022, while covering the 2022 Enugu Local Government elections, have regained freedom.
Members of the communities in Ikorodu North LCDA have been enjoined to avoid partisanship while engaging with their duty bearers. The call was made at Ikorodu, Lagos State on Thursday 27th January by a social activist, Mr. Francis Abayomi who facilitated a session during the training of community leaders on engaging the duty bearers. The […]
Community leaders have been asked to engage with duty bearers and monitor activities to ensure development in their various localities. The call was made yesterday in Alimosho, Lagos State by Mr. Ayo Aluko-Olokun who was a facilitator at the workshop titled ‘Rights based approach Advocacy Training For Community Stakeholders’ Engagement with duty bears on priority […]
Lagos based media NGO, the International Press Centre (IPC), is calling for thorough investigation following the recent attack on Thunder Blowers news organisation and Mansur Rabiu who works as an editor of the news medium in Gusau, Zamfara State. In a release signed by Safety Alert Officer, IPC, Melody Akinjiyan, the attack was described as […]
The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos – Nigeria is disturbed about the reported threat on the life of Vanguard reporter Ibrahim ssan-Wuyo who recently wrote a petition to the Commissioner of Police, Kaduna Command stating that his life was in danger after receiving a threatening phone call on the 11th of December 2021 from the leader of a Non- Governmental Organisation (NGO)