The Institute for Media and Society is an independent, non-governmental organization based in Nigeria. The institute was established in April 2000, incorporated in June 2004.

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Conversation Between Industry Stakeholders on Issues in Broadcasting Legislative/Regulatory Frameworks

Communique Conversation Between Industry Stakeholders on Issues in Broadcasting Legislative/Regulatory Frameworks, held in Abuja, On Thursday, February 2 and Friday, February 3, 2023 Preamble A two-day meeting, under the...

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Media Guidelines for Disability-Inclusive Coverage of Elections in Nigeria

The media plays a critical role in Nigeria's democratic governance, providing fair, accurate, ethical, and inclusive coverage of electoral and broader democratic processes. However,...

MEDIA AND EXPRESSION IN NIGERIA

World Press Freedom Day 2023

3rd May 2023 Lagos, Nigeria IMS Calls for Protection of Journalists, Creation of an Enabling Environment, and Safeguarding of Democracy The Institute for Media and Society, IMS,...

Media Professionals Most Dehumanised in Nigeria, Says Bauchi Gov

Bauchi State Governor, Senator Bala Mohammed, has expressed worry over the poor welfare packages of journalists and other media professional in Nigeria, saying they...

IMS Digital Rights and Information Integrity Threat Report in Nigeria 2022

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