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UN commences training for Nigerian journalists

By Musa Isa Ahmed

The Management of UN women in Partnership with UNICEF, Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ) and the Nigerian Government is currently Implementing an EU-Funded Program, promoting women Engagement in peace and security in Northern Nigeria, in the following states, Adamawa, Plateau and Gombe.

The objective of the program is to strengthen women in leadership, advance genther equality and improve protection for women and children in conflict resolution in Nigeria.

Given the Strategic role of the media in achieving the above objectives, selected journalists are currently undergoing training on genther sensitive and conflict resolution. The Training which started today is to enhances the capacity of journalists on genther sensitive reporting in Northern Nigeria. In addition, the program is to create a media network to promote the UN security council resolution (UNSCR) 1325. The training is holding in Gombe, and would last for three days workshop.

Communitystories.ng’s correspondent in Adamawa state, Musa Isa Ahmed is one for the selected participants and will bring you further details of the training.




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