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Civic Media Lab to train Students on Citizen Journalism

Civic Media Lab is set to hold a 2 day citizen journalism training for students this week. The training is in line with the lab goals to train and equip citizen journalists in different communities of practice. The training will expose students to the intricacies of...

Civic Media Lab Rounds UP 3-day Workshop For CSOs

The Civic Media Lab today completed its three day workshop held with Civil Society Organisations from all over Nigeria. The workshop tagged “News Reporting for CSOs” started on Monday with participants from frontline organizations such as Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), Tracka an affiliate of Budgit Nigeria, Legal...

CML Launches Environmental Journalism Classes

Civic Media Lab is  subject of environmental sustainability is fast dominating the news; this has made the term Environmental Journalism popular. The Environmental Journalism Workshop organised by The Green Institute and hosted by Civic Media Lab located at 13A Isaac John, GRA Ikeja Lagos was an...

CML TO SUPPORT ACJA WITH INNOVATIVE TECH TOOLS

Civic Media Lab reached an agreement with the Kotlin User group Nigeria to design a civic tool that will aid in the reduction of how much cases spend in courts. The proposed product will introduce competency into the court system. It is anticipated that a healthy sought of rivalry amongst...

Full Stack Journalism

In the 15th century, the Movable type printing press came into existence. Its birth stripped the Roman Catholic Church of its powers in the European society. Books could now be published in their thousands, no one individual had an exclusive preserve of knowledge. Two centuries...