What the papers say – NSRP trains media marketing executives on revenue

26th August 2015

What the papers say – NSRP trains media marketing executives on revenue drive August 25 2015 – Premium Times The marketing and business development executives of media organizations in Abuja on Monday emerged from a two-day workshop organized by the Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP). The participants, drawn from the print, online, radio and […]

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What the papers say – Rustling: Cattle to carry chips in Kaduna  

21st August 2015

Daily Trust – 21 August 2015 Kaduna State government will implant cattle with computer micro-chips to monitor their movement and stem armed attacks against herders. This is part of measures to tackle the rising waves of banditry and cattle rustling in parts of the north. Governor Nasir el-Rufai made the disclosure yesterday at the public […]

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Governor Nasir El-Rufai addresses NSRP event on Rural Banditry

20th August 2015

Governor Nasir El-Rufai addresses NSRP event on Rural Banditry Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna state is expected to deliver the keynote address at the dissemination event for this timely research on rural banditry, holding on Thursday August 20, 2015 at the Asaa Pyramid Hotel in Kaduna. The Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) and Pastoral […]

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What the papers say – Group Trains 300 IDPs in Yobe

20th August 2015

What the papers say – Group Trains 300 IDPs in Yobe August 2015 – Daily Times Nigeria The Coordinator of a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), Waka Rural Development Initiative, Mr. Idi Bubaram, said his organisation has trained 300 internally displaced women in Yobe state on skill acquisition for economic empowerment and self-reliance. Bularam said this while […]

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Improving the conflict sensitivity of news reportage and media programming

17th August 2015

Improving the conflict sensitivity of news reportage and media programming Information they say, is power. The role of the media in facilitating access to information and empowering society to make informed decisions is recognized across the world. Less understood however, is the enormous power the media wields to escalate or de-escalate conflict in any given […]

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