Thursday, December 1, 2022

United Nations Educational

November 3, 2022

117 journalists murdered in 2020 and 2021: UNESCO

“Impunity for killings of journalists remains unacceptably high at 86 per cent,” said UNESCO

Cameramen and Journalists
October 24, 2022

73% of women journalists suffer online harassment: UNESCO

The UN agency said the problem of online violence was increasingly spilling offline, with potentially deadly consequences.

UNESCO
September 7, 2022

ANALYSIS: Why more Nigerian indigenous languages are going extinct

There is a need for a proper language policy as language planning is critical in national development.

People dressed in Nigerian attires
September 1, 2022

Nigeria’s out-of-school children hit 20 million under Buhari: UNESCO 

The report published on UNESCO website on Thursday shows that Nigeria has over 20 million of the total 244 million out-of-school children around the world.

August 23, 2022

Sanwo-Olu inaugurates remodelled Badagry slave market museum

Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Tuesday inaugurated the renovated ancient Vlekete Slave Market and Museum in Badagry.

Sanwo-Olu/Badagry slave market museum
November 19, 2021

Nigeria to host 2022 UNESCO media, information literacy week

Lai Mohammed says the event “will allow the global community to know that Nigerian media is free.”

Lai Mohammed
July 7, 2021

Buhari regime begs U.S., UK, others for $100 billion NDC pledge

Buhari’s regime has appealed to the U.S., UK and other developed countries to pay the $100 billion they promised to support developing countries to attain the NDC target.

Buhari, Boris, Biden