The power of networking

This happy photo taken in Abuja shows Jackie Davies, Founder of the C4D (Communications for Development) Network meeting some of our key partners, Deshola Komolafe, Maude Rabiu Gwadabe and Lauratu Abdulsalam. On iMedia’s recommendation, they are supporting Jackie and the C4D Network to roll out a programme of trainings on social norms and violence against children […]

On Assignment

Good luck to Dr Mary Myers, iMedia consultant, who is off to Abuja next week on two assignments for iMedia. She will be reviewing BBC Media Action‘s governance work and training media monitors for the Nigerian Stability and Reconciliation Programme […] 

In Memoriam

Gordon Adam and iMedia colleagues have been shocked and saddened by the tragic road accident in February in which two eminent Professors, Sam Kafewo and Jenks Jenkeri were killed along with another colleague from Ahmadu Bello University’s Theatre and Performing Arts Department. This is a tragedy for the department which has lost its leadership, for […]

Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP)

After 15 months of hectic activity, a team led by iMedia has delivered a range of conflict sensitive communication workshops to over 100 Nigerian journalists as an introduction to changing the way they report conflict and handle issues resulting from it. The security sector and civil society were also involved in a pilot media relations […]

Launch of Pakhto Voices and NSRP

iMedia is involved in two major projects which launched in Autumn 2011 – Pakhto Voices in Pakistan and the Nigeria Stability and Reconstruction Programme (NSRP). Both are conflict transformation projects, and both are likely to involve a full range of media from radio programming to SMS and social media.  Pakhto Voices Pakhto Voices is a […]