An attack on journalism II Inside Stuff
Today, on ‘Inside Stuff,’ multi-award-winning columnist and Executive Head of The Guardian's Editorial Board, Martins Oloja, advises Mohammed to stop embarrassing the country with such comments and explains why the minister’s attack on CNN is not only an attack on the news network, but also an assault on the Nigerian media whose constitutional responsibility it is to report the truth even if the authorities do not subscribe to such truths.
Isa Funtua, not a press freedom warrior || Inside Stuff
Today, on ‘Inside Stuff,' multi-award-winning columnist and Executive Head of The Guardian's Editorial Board, Martins Oloja, talks about the late Isa Funtua, not a press freedom warrior.
Changing stereotypes through citizen journalism: France's Urban Street Reporters
A designer by training, Hind Ayadi was never predestined for a career in journalism. But in 2015, she had an epiphany: troubled by the status quo, she wanted to provide young inhabitants in the Paris suburb of Garges-lès-Gonesse with a brighter path forward and transform the public's perception of the neighbourhood. Hind ended up creating a platform for citizen journalism, called Urban Street Reporters. The Banlieue Project team went to meet her.
Fake or Fact: Media experts discusses misinformation
Disinformation and misinformation are both different from journalism which complies with professional standards and ethics. At the same time, they are also different from cases of weak journalism that fall short of its own promise. Experts in a townhall meeting discuss misinformation.
Journalism in Nigeria: Poor salaries, lack of facilities hindering growth
Journalism in Nigeria: Poor salaries, lack of facilities hindering growth.
The Humans of The Guardian
Since its establishment in 1983 by Alex Ibru, The Guardian Newspaper Limited has earned a prime place for itself in the African media space.