Media Awareness and Literacy Support for Youth in Nigeria: Working Toward Responsible Digital Citizenship

Media Literacy Ambassadors at Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria, Nigeria
Media Literacy Workshop at Ahmadu Bello University
Students listening to speakers in an online training
Group Picture with the 50 in-person participants
Set-up for the virtual streaming
Train-the-Trainer Workshop with Dr. Jamila
The Project Team: From the left: Victor, Gana, Rasheedah, Ella, David, and Chidi
Virtual Participants

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Alumni Thematic International Exchange Seminars (Alumni TIES) are regionally focused seminars for alumni of U.S. government-sponsored exchange programs.

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