This was the crux of a one-day Inclusive Investigation Training on Accountability in Governance for Reporters and Editors, organised by a Non-Governmental Organisation; Gender Strategy Advancement International (GSAI) in partnership with Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA).
Addressing participants at the gathering, Adaora Sydney Jack, the Executive Director, GSAI, said the aim of the training was to empower media professionals to independently investigate and promote issues that has to do with women’s rights, gender accountability, and also hold government accountable for its actions.
According to her, “GSAI’s mission is centred on the pillars of gender advocacy, accountability, gender justice, gender driven research, and partnership, aimed at positioning women’s rights as a national priority through the powerful tool of the media.”
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