DEADLINE: JULY 28, 2021 —The National Union of Campus Journalists (NUCJ) invites campus journalists in Nigeria for the first phase of her training on media law and human rights.
The first phase of the training which will run for 2-days is centred on Media Law and Human Rights is themed “The Role of Campus Journalists in Safeguarding Media Law and Human rights in Nigeria.”
The training is scheduled to hold from July 29th-30th, 2021 by 4.00pm.
The training aims to address cases of accidental discharges, domestic violence, detention without trial, kidnappings, and police brutality, and other deviant activities eroding fundamental human rights.
With the support from her partners, the Union will provide data support for 100 campus journalists selected for the training.
The deadline for registration is July 28th, 2021.
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