Mercy Corps, in collaboration with WANEP conducted a 1-day workshop on Conflict-sensitive Reporting for Media Practitioners on Thursday March 7, 2024, at the Providence Hotel, 12A Oba Akinjobi Way, GRA Ikeja, Lagos. The 1-day workshop was co-facilitated with USAID.

The goal of the workshop is to help media practitioners incorporate conflict sensitivity guidance into their reporting; apply DNH analysis to support their understanding and reporting of conflict issues; utilize the DNH & Risk framework as a tool to analyze the impact of their reporting on the conflict situation in their areas of operations; build the capacity of media practitioners so that they can cascade down the training to their colleagues in the office.

In addition, the conflict-sensitive reporting workshop was meant to support the media representatives to adopt a conflict-sensitive approach to gathering and presenting news, while finding ways to tell conflict-sensitive stories in an engaging and compelling manner.

The following media organizations participated in the workshop: the Guardian, the Sun, Newsflash 247 News, Daily Independent, AriseTV, This Day, Vanguard, FRCN, Daily Trust, Tribune, Daily Times, The Nation,, NTA, AIT, News Agency of Nigeria, TVC, Channels TV, ARDA, LN247 Television, and Nigeria Info FM.

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