An investigation into extra-judicial killings by the police and military in the South East Nigeria and massacre of pro-Biafra members carried out by the Premium Times has qualified the newspaper…
ICIR has announced the names of 15 Nigerian journalists to participate in the second phase of its investigative journalism training.
BudgIT is a civic organization that employs the use of technology to breakdown government policies for easier understanding and assimilation by the populace with the aim of facilitating societal change.
The Executive Director of the International Centre for Investigative Reporting, ICIR, Dayo Aiyetan is one of the seven international journalists listed for the 2017/2018 edition of the prestigious Knight-Walace journalism fellowship offered by the University of Michigan, United States of America.
The protesting journalists charged the State government to ensure security of lives and property in the state, while urging the police to fish out the killers of their colleague.
The training which focuses on “Strengthening the Capacity of the Nigerian Media to Investigate and Report Procurement Process” is being supported by MacArthur Foundation.
The African Centre for Media & Information Literacy, AFRICMIL, has launched a civil society whistle blower project named Corruption Anonymous which aims to create public confidence and acceptance of the new Whistle-Blower Initiative of the Nigerian government.
The International Centre for Investigative Reporting, ICIR, is one of the 9 media organisations that will receive a total of $5 million dollars from the MacArthur Foundation to strengthen their capacity to advance transparency and anti-corruption efforts in Nigeria.
The International Center for Investigative Reporting, ICIR, has emerged as one of the media organisations whose projects were selected to get support from the innovateAFRICA fund to pursue modern journalism innovations.
A Professor of Mass Communications at the Lagos State University and Chairman of the Judges’ Board of the Wole Soyinka Award for Investigative Reporting, Lai Oso, has described online reporting as the future of Journalism in Nigeria.