Groups Call for Research Papers on Fiscal Openness

Groups Call for Research Papers on Fiscal Openness Updated

🕔14:13, 16.Jan 2018

The Institute of Public Finance (IPF) and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) are now accepting research papers on “Fiscal Openness: Transparency, Participation, and Accountability in Fiscal Policies” for their research and policy conference tagged: Public Sector Economics 2018  The groups are

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AFEX, AMDISS Harp on  Safety of Journalists  and Issues of Impunity in Africa

AFEX, AMDISS Harp on  Safety of Journalists  and Issues of Impunity in Africa Updated

🕔14:00, 16.Jan 2018

Participants at a one-day dialogue have called on stakeholders to ensure the safety of journalists and to tackle the issue of impunity for crimes against journalists in Africa. The dialogue which  was organized by the African Freedom of Expression Exchange

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Spencer Fellowship Open to Education Reporters

Spencer Fellowship Open to Education Reporters Updated

🕔09:42, 16.Jan 2018

The Columbia Journalism School is receiving applications for the Spencer Fellowship for Education Reporting from interested journalists, educators and education policy researchers who aspire to develop ambitious, long-form journalism projects to advance the understanding of education. Interested applicants including international

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ICFJ to Shortlist Media Professionals for  Knight International Journalism Award

ICFJ to Shortlist Media Professionals for Knight International Journalism Award Updated

🕔09:33, 16.Jan 2018

Media professionals, whose pioneering coverage or media innovations have had a significant impact on the lives of people around the world, are being sought by the   International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) as nominees  for the Knight International Journalism Award. The

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IFJ Records 3 Nigerian Journalists Among 81 Media Professionals Killed Worldwide in 2017

IFJ Records 3 Nigerian Journalists Among 81 Media Professionals Killed Worldwide in 2017 Updated

🕔11:52, 15.Jan 2018

With three of its journalists among 81 media professionals killed worldwide in 2017, Nigeria ranked among countries around the world with the highest numbers of media killings during the year, according to the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ). In a

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IPI Records Decrease in Number of Journalists Killed in 2017, Warns of Persisting Impunity Updated

🕔11:39, 15.Jan 2018

The International Press Institute (IPI) last month recorded a decrease in 2017 in the annual tally of journalists who died around the world in connection with the work to its lowest level in nearly a decade but warned that impunity

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NBC Warns Broadcasters Against Endangering Nigeria’s Democratic Health

NBC Warns Broadcasters Against Endangering Nigeria’s Democratic Health Updated

🕔11:15, 15.Jan 2018

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has called on broadcasting stations in Nigeria to present the various contending political platforms in ways that assist the people to make enlightened political choices but warned against allowing political broadcasting to degenerate into an

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MRA Inducts Fiscal Responsibility Commission into FOI Hall of Shame

MRA Inducts Fiscal Responsibility Commission into FOI Hall of Shame

🕔10:56, 15.Jan 2018

LAGOS, Monday, January 15, 2018: Media Rights Agenda (MRA) today inducted the Fiscal Responsibility Commission (FRC) into its “Freedom of Information (FOI) Hall of Shame” for operating in secrecy contrary to the provisions of the FOI Act and the purpose

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NBC Switches Kwara, Kaduna States to Digital Terrestrial TV Transmission

NBC Switches Kwara, Kaduna States to Digital Terrestrial TV Transmission Updated

🕔10:45, 15.Jan 2018

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) last month switched Kwara and Kaduna States from analogue transmission to Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) transmission, in accordance with the Commission’s latest plans to gradually achieve DTT services coverage all over Nigeria under a phased

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Carter Center Holds International Conference on Women and Access to Information in February

Carter Center Holds International Conference on Women and Access to Information in February Updated

🕔10:29, 15.Jan 2018

The Global Access to Information Program of the Carter Center will convene an international conference on Women and the Right of Access to Information on February 14 and 15, 2018, in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States to raise awareness

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