The Institute for Media and Society is an independent, non-governmental organization based in Nigeria. The institute was established in April 2000, incorporated in June 2004.

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Training of Trainers Workshop on the Open Government Partnership

Training of Trainers Workshop on the Open Government Partnership (OGP) for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Nigeria Organized by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) In partnership...

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IMS, NCRC develop framework for engagement of volunteers in community radio...

The Institute for Media and Society (IMS) and Nigeria Community Radio Coalition (NCRC) have produced a document to guide community radio stations on the...

MEDIA AND EXPRESSION IN NIGERIA

PCNI trains 40 media users on countering hate messages

The Presidential Initiative for the Northeast (PCNI) has commenced training of 40 new media users on countering hate messages on various platforms with that...

Adesina, others seek stiffer law on hate speech

  Godwin Tsa, Abuja Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina and former chairman of the Senate Committee on Judiciary,...

Between hate speech and majesty of democracy

  A careless declaration in Kano the other day by the Information and Culture Minister that a nebulous concept called “hate speech” would henceforth be...

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