Advancing rights and welfare of IDPs through the media project

With the support of the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) and the Bread for the World (German Protestant Agency for Diaconia Development), we announce the launch of a new project aimed at bringing to limelight for institutional attention, the rights and welfare issues faced by Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs in Nigeria. The project entitled, ‘Advancing the rights and welfare of IDPs through the media’ will help to consolidate our work in alleviating the pitiable living conditions of IDPs will run from September 1, 2021 to August 31, 2022 It…

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Prayer for African Women Media Conference

Lord, we pray for the success of the African Women in the Media conference, AWiM19 holding in Nairobi, Kenya July 25-27, 2019. Thank you for the wisdom you have given the founder of the organisation, Dr Yemisi Akinbobola to champion the capacity development of women in the media in the continent. We pray for Akinbobola and the organising team for divine wisdom and strength needed in organising a major event like this. We pray for supernatural provision of all the resources and support needed for the programme.Grant every speaker and…

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‘Media, CSO should engage public sector more’

Media and civil society groups in Nigeria have been urged to continue to engage the private sector through more active advocacy in order to provide public enlightenment. The call was made at a two-day course organised by Integrity Organisation Limited with support from Action Aid and UKAid. . At the event attended by selected journalists and members of the civil society from across Nigeria featured sessions during which participants were trained on engaging the private sector.Lead facilitator, Mr. Soji Apampa told participants to be proactive on issues for the benefit…

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How to be your sister’s keeper in the media

In commemoration of the International Women’s  Day  #IWD2019, Journalists for Christ on Saturday, March 23, 2019 held a special fellowship on the theme #Balanceforbetter with a discussion on how to be Sister’s keeper in the newsroom and on the beat. Here are some of the suggestions by participants at the fellowship. Don’t discriminate against female journalists in recruitment of staff on the assumption that they cannot cope with the requirements of the job. Look out for young female journalists to mentor on how to excel on the job, avoid being…

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IWD 2019: Women in the media missing at the top

Gender audit of major newspapers in Nigeria by Journalists for Christ (JFC) International Outreach in commemoration of the 2019 International Women’s Day confirms that only very few women occupy top editorial positions in the country. JFC calls for conscious efforts to redress the imbalance and give more women the opportunity to be involved in major editorial making process in media organisations. The crucial role of women in any human endeavour cannot be overemphasized. Women, like men, have requisite skills and the capacity to perform most, if not all tasks. However,…

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Spiritual, professional tips for new options in media practice

Spiritual and professional tips on how to seek new horizons for media practice were offered at the Lagos monthly fellowship on Saturday, January 19. Journalists for Christ fellowship International Outreach, Lekan Otufodunrin gave the counsel why speaking on the theme of the meeting. “More than professional things to do, we must pray, seek divine direction and read and meditate of the words of God,” Otufodunrin stated. According to him, Christian journalists should more than ever before pray about how to survive the digital disruption of traditional media practice. “ Prayer…

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