WSCIJ Newsletters

June 25, 2022: Supporting journalists for newsroom leadership, sub-national investigation

June 2, 2022: Shireen Abu Akleh: Civic space continues to shrink

April 28, 2022: Strong media institutions critical for civic space protection, accountability at sub-national level

February 22, 2022: Media’s role in the fight for social injustice and WSCIJ’s interventions in 2022

February 14, 2022: Radio trust will increase as media rights, professionalism, and citizen literacy improve

February 17, 2022: The news media can shape conversations and interventions on Female Genital Mutilation

January 24, 2022: Projects, partners and results: The WSCIJ 2021 review

December 10, 2021: Need to protect civic space takes the lead as Wole Soyinka Centre awards 14 reporters, Josy Ajiboye and CLEEN Foundation

October 23, 2021: Stakeholders charged to engage with reports as they count their gains five years into WSCIJ’s project on basic education and electricity

September 28, 2021: Access to information is a tool for investigative reporting and social justice

September 9, 2021: Investigating education under attack

September 3, 2021: Reporting for a secure and safe Nigeria

August 16, 2021: X-raying the media on sexual and gender-based violence

July 14, 2021: Education, economic diversification, freedom of speech and constitutional review take centre-stage at Wole Soyinka Media Lecture Series

July 7, 2021: 13 years, same issues: Trends in Wole Soyinka Centre Media Lecture Series

June 25, 2021: State of press freedom and shrinking media space in Nigeria

May 1, 2021: Celebrating Nigerian journalists on Workers Day

April 23, 2021: S-heroes not victims: Changing the narrative in how the news media reports women and girls

April 9, 2021: Investigative reporting can support building a fairer, healthier world

March 26, 2021: Taking advantage of opportunities

February 26, 2021: Access to information and COVID-19: How is the media faring?

February 12, 2021: Radio as a tool for investigative reporting

January 25, 2021: Accessing the right information

January 15, 2021: Make the opportunities count

December 24, 2020: WSCIJ through the lens of 2020

November 7, 2020: Ending impunity against journalists

October 20, 2020: Visual realities of Police brutality in Nigeria

October 9, 2020: Stimulating a better media through Investigative Reporting

September 25, 2020: Journalism and access to information

September 18, 2020: Responsibility in Post-COVID-19 Era

September 4, 2020: Throwback and Highlights of the 12th Wole Soyinka Centre Media Lecture

August 28, 2020: Thriving in Turbulence: August in a nutshell for the media

August 14, 2020: Assessing schools and accessing learning

July 17, 2020: Quotable quotes from #12WSCLecture

July 4, 2020: 12th Media Lecture Series

June 19, 2020: Redefining the essence of democracy

June 5, 2020: A call to protect lives

May 10, 2020: World Press Freedom Day 2020: WSCIJ’s Executive Director calls for independent journalism in Nigeria

May 1, 2020: Commemorating workers day amidst job cuts due to COVID-19

April 25, 2020: Confronting the realities of the coronavirus pandemic

April 17, 2020: Changing the face of workplace journalism during COVID-19

April 10, 2020: Collaborating to end COVID-19 through accountable reporting

April 3, Defeating COVID-19 through accountability and transparency

March 27, 2020: Reporting COVID-19 in Nigeria

March 20, 2020: Putting Humanity First: COVID-19 update from WSCIJ

March 13, 2020: A-B-C of reporting COVID-19: Tips for investigative journalists

February 14, 2020: Commemorating #WorldRadioDay2020 as ReportWomen Radio

January 31, 2020: State of Media and Citizens Freedom in Nigeria

January 24, 2020: Learning for people, planet, prosperity and peace

January 17, 2020: Doing more in 2020

December 20, 2019: WSCIJ’s Year In Numbers

November 15, 2019: Journalism exists to keep power in check!

October 25, 2019: Why Nigerians do not have electricity!

October 11, 2019: Nigeria’s dawns of dashed hopes on electricity

September 27, 2019: Do you still trust the news and journalists in Nigeria?

September 13, 2019: Harassment of Nigerian journalist | WSCIJ Coordinator commences JSK Fellowship | FRLP share-fair

September 6, 2019: Migration reporting, Time-out with journalists & Impacts stories

August 23, 2019: ICYMI: Why Nigeria’s democracy needs rethinking – Ezekwesili & more from #11WSCLecture

August 9, 2019: WSCIJ Founder to speak at AIJC 2019 | Migration Reporting Masterclass

June 10, 2019: Opportunities for Journalists

May 18, 2019: The Positive Role Of Information Communication Technologies In The Newsroom

May 11, 2019: The media in Nigeria: Watchdog or Lapdog?

May 4, 2019: World Press Freedom Day: Matters arising

April 20, 2019: The Reportwomen house-to-house media chat and an outcry against brutality

April 13, 2019: The Reportwomen House To House Media Chat And #Bringbackourgirls 5years After

April 6, 2019: Media Advocacy For Gender Balance

March 30, 2019: Time-out with journalists and the role of free press

March 22, 2019: Concerns mount over human rights violation in Nigeria

March 15, 2019: #RIPPIUSADESANMI and a media post-mortem after Nigeriadecides2019

March 8, 2019: International Women’s Day 2019: ReportWomen Is Balancing For Better

March 4, 2019: Sustaining safe and free press in Nigeria’s democracy

February 1, 2019: Difficult time for free press in Africa

December 31, 2018: Highlights: WSCIJ in 2018

October 31, 2018: October Newsletter: Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism

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