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FOI ACT: A veritable tool for Public Good

Edetaen Ojo the Executive Director of Media Right Agenda at a two day workshop organized for Civil Society Organizations from the South West states in Lagos stated that the overriding objective of the training is not for Civil Society organization to see the Freedom of...

WSCIJ:TWO HUNDRED AND THREE REPORTERS IMPROVE SKILLS ON INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM

A total of two hundred and three reporters were trained during the pilot edition of the Pro-Engage: House-to-House project conceived by the Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism and executed through funding partnership with the British High Commission. The initiative,...

Mandate Protection Factsheet

The Lagos State Civil Society PartnershipĀ  (LACSOP) with support from the state accountability and voice initiative (SAVI) as part of the various projects and programs geared towards sensitizingĀ  the electorates in the 2015 elections has produced an easy to read fact sheet that...

Ebola virus disease: The Big challenge of migration tracking

At the outbreak of EVD, the biggest challenge has always been emphasized. This of course was the ability and capability of the; foremost, the initially affected countries in West Africa, and, of course, the global community at large, to tackle and track human movements especially...

WOLE SOYINKA CENTRE CALLS FOR 2014 AWARD ENTRIES

The ninth edition of the Wole Soyinka Award for Investigative Reporting opens for submission of entries on Saturday October 4, 2014. This is happening as the 2013 winners return from a one-week study tour to the United Kingdom which spanned from Monday 29 September to Friday 3...
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