Welcome to Journalists for Democratic Rights (JODER)
Opening Hours : Monday to Friday - 8am to 5pm
Contact : +234-80-330-11285
JODER was established IN 1996, as a rallying point for progressive Nigerian Journalists and the radical media. JODER played a crucial role in the campaign against military rule, as a member of the United Action for Democracy, UAD and the Joint Action Committee of Nigeria, JACON. JODER members were on the hunt list of the repressive military regimes of yesteryears due to their unique roles in the campaign for democracy and liberty.Read More
To partake in activities aimed at strengthening capacity and professionalism of the media and journalists.
To facilitate the reform and upgrading of media laws to bring them into conformity with international rights charters and conventions.
To promote vulnerable community’s access to essentials of live like education, shelter, water and other basic livelihood resources.
To offer research and library services to the media and the public and provide fora for discourse on the role of the media in democratic dispensations.
More information is always better than less. When people know the reason things are happening, even if it's bad news, they can adjust their expectations and react accordingly.
Ethnic, community groups launch fresh peace building platform Major stakeholders in Nigeria on Tuesday July 30, in Lagos launched fresh…
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