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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      EUROPEAN UNION SUPPORT TO DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA (EU-SDGN) COMPONENT 4A (SUPPORT TO MEDIA) May 4, 2018                         RECRUITMENT OF BROADCAST MEDIA MONITORS The Institute for...

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President opens IPI Conference, challenges journalists on menace of fake news

The President, who was speaking at the State House Conference Hall, Abuja, said good journalism was panacea for prevalent fake news, disinformation and hate...

NUJ gives Imo lawmaker ultimatum, wants compensation for slapping journalist

The Imo State chapter of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), have given representative of Ohaji/Egbema constituency in the state House of Assembly, Emma...

Biafra Day celebration: Soldiers, police beat up PUNCHman

The Imo State correspondent of The PUNCH, Emeka Ihiegbulem, was on Tuesday beaten up by the men of the Nigeria Police Force, soldiers and other...

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