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CITAD Launches Book on “Community Resilience in the Context of Boko Haram Insurgency” in Dutse, Jigawa State.

By Ali Sabo: The Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) conducted a research on Community Resilience in Boko Haram affected states between 2015-2016 with support from United State Institute for Peace (USIP). The purpose of the research was to investigate the factors that make communities vulnerable and more resilient to violent action carried out by the insurgents in the ...

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KANO QUARTERLY OPEN BUDGET FORUM

By Sagiru Ado Abubakar  Participants from 18 communities in six local government areas of Kano State yesterday participated in the Quarterly Open Budget Forum organized by Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD). The purpose of the Quarterly Forum was to encourage SCEEP communities from Kabo, Karaye, Gaya, Rano, Nassarawa and Kano Municipal local governments to actively participate in the ...

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Online hate speech among Nigerians increasing

A report by an NGO, Center For Information Technology and Development (CITAD), has said there is increase in hate speech among Nigerians on social media. CITAD Bauchi office Senior Programme Officer, Isah Garba, disclosed this while speaking at a press conference on ‘Monitoring and Countering Hate and Dangerous Speech’ in Bauchi yesterday, saying that CITAD with support from McArthur Foundation ...

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Garuruwan da suka iya wargaza shirin Boko Haram

Wata ƙungiya mai taken Cibiyar bunƙasa fasahar sadarwa da ci gaban ƙasa (CITAD) ta wallafa wani bincike kan yadda wasu al’ummomi a Najeriya suka yi nasarar wargaza aniyar Boko Haram na mamaye musu yankuna. Binciken wanda aka shafe tsawon shekara biyu ana gudanarwa, ya gano cewa sai bango ya tsage ƙadangare ke samun wurin shiga. Ya ce haɗin kai a ...

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CITAD Launches Book on Community Resilience Against Insurgency.

BY Hamza Ibrahim Chinade. The Center for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) has between the year 2015 and 2016 conducted a research on community resilience in especially the Boko Haram insurgency ravaged region of North-East. The research which United States of Institute of Peace (USIP) supported aimed to investigate the factors that make communities more resilient to violent action and ...

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A fitar da rahoton binciken Babachir

A Najeriya, wasu masu fafutukar yaki da cin hanci a kasar sun bukaci mukaddashin shugaban kasa daya gaggauta fitar da rahoton daya bincike Babachir David Lawal, Sakataren gwamnatin da aka dakatar bisa zargin aikata almundahana. Cibiyar bunkasa fasahar sadarwa da ci gaban al’umma ta CITAD da ke arewa maso gabashin Najeriya na daya daga cikin kungiyoyin da suka fara irin ...

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Poor teaching of religions responsible for hate speeches-CITAD

From left-right: Dr. Moses Aluagba , Mal. Ibrahim Muazzam and Dr. Aminu Aliyu, during the public presentation of the book in Kano Poor teaching of Christian and Islamic religions at school levels has been blamed for the proliferation of hate speeches across the adherents of the two dominant religions in the country. Executive Director Centre for Information Technology and Development ...

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CITAD flays Arewa’s eviction order to Igbo in northern states

Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), a Northern Nigeria-based non-governmental organisation, has condemned in strong terms the recent eviction order given by a coalition of northern youth associations to the Igbos residing in the northern part of the country. CITAD described the call for the relocation of the Igbos as falling into the category…

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Why Boko Haram succeeded in over running communities – Research

Research has shown that Boko Haram succeeded in running over several communities in the North East mostly because of the absence of functional surveillance and monitoring mechanism. This was disclosed, on Wednesday, in Gombe, during a public policy dialogue on community resilience organized by the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), with members of the Presidential Committee on North ...

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CITAD To Youths: Close Ranks To Prove Relevance In Politics, Governance

By Bashir Mohammed Kano Senior Programme Officer, Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), Malam Kabiru Saidu Dakata, has called on youths in the country to close rank and fight a common course to proof relevance in the nation’s political lexicon. Speaking yesterday at a one-day sensitisation workshop organised by the Centre in Kano, Dakata said Nigeria as a developing ...

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CITAD Organises Capacity Building For Peace Clubs In Kano

By Bashir Mohammed Kano Centre For Information Technology and Development (CITAD) has organised a one-day capacity building workshop for members of Peace Clubs in Kano drawn from some selected secondary and colleges with the aim of brainstorming on ways of sending messages to contain hate messages. Speaking at the opening ceremony of the workshop which was held at the Conference ...

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Civil Society and the Coming Internet Code of Practice in Nigeria, (2)

Mallam YZ Y’au The assumption here is that the reader must have read the first part of this report on how the ‘Civil Society Consultative Forum on Internet Code of Practice for Nigeria’ went on June 8th, 2017 in Abuja and this second part is simply rolling on. In what ways are women discriminated against in terms of utilisation of ...

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Youths Dialogue Blames Political Parties, INEC, Triggers More Youths Participation in Politics.

By Hamza Ibrahim Chinade. After holding Content Charter for People Living with Disability (PWDs) and Communities Experience Sharing Workshops, the Center for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) which implements a Department for International Development (DIFD) supported project “Strengthening Civic Engagement with the Electoral Process SCEEP through ActionAid Nigeria, the organization convenes another engagement titled “Inter-Party Youths Dialogue” with a view ...

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