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National Press Club trains journalists to report on climate change

Bor, Jonglei State| January 18, 2023:The National Press Club-South Sudan (NPC-SS) with funding from UNESCO conducts a three-day training workshop on Crisis and Disaster Response and Management at Park Palace Hotel in Bor town, Jonglei State.   The training workshop brought together twenty journalists (15 male and 5 female) working for Radio Jonglei 95.9 FM, […]

Chairperson of the NPC-SS Board of Directors visits Bor town to engage the state authorities to support media freedom and access to information

    Bor, Jonglei State, 17 January 2023. NPC-SS Chairperson Bullen Kenyi Yatta held fruitful talks with the State Minister of Information, Hon. John Samuel Manyuon, in Bor town, Jonglei State with support from UNESCO. The meeting centered on engaging the state government to support press freedom, access to information, and creating an enabling media […]

NPC-SS commemorates its second anniversary

The National Press Club of South Sudan [NPC-SS] will be celebrating its second anniversary on the 14th of December 2022. Looking back at our performance in the past almost two years, the organization has considerably succeeded in achieving some of its objectives, especially in the area of training. The NPC-SS conducted a number of capacity-building […]

US Embassy urges for protection of Journalists

Juba- At the opening remarks of a one-day media symposium, the Public Affairs Officer of the US Embassy in South Sudan, Mr. Moulik Berkana, called on the government to protect and safeguard the work of journalists in the country without any interference during their work. “I call on the government to deliver protection and support […]

NPC-SS, SJMCS Organize capacity building workshop

  With support from UNESCO, the National Press Club NPC South Sudan in collaboration with the University of Juba has organized a training workshop on Media and Information Literacy that aims to develop the ability of journalists to think critically and analysis any information before dissemination to the public. The two-day training workshop was held between […]

NPC-SS calls for the immediate release of journalist Diing Magot

NPC-SS Gender advisor during a session7 August 2022- JUBA-South Sudan’s police on Sunday arrested a freelance journalist reporting for the Voice of America, Diing Magot, during a protest staged by a group of youth expressing their anger over the hyperinflation in the country. Journalist Diing Magot is also a gender-policy advisor for National Press Club-South […]

Three-day training workshop on governance, media law, welfare, kick off in Wau

  The National Press Club South Sudan (NPC-SS) has organized a three-day training workshop on governance, media law, welfare, safety, and protection of journalists in the Wau capital of Western Bahr-el-Ghazal State.   The workshop brought together participants from the law society, media institutions, law enforcement agencies, and members of civil society to brainstorm on […]

NPC, among other media organizations commemorates world Radio day under the theme “Yes to Radio Trust”

February 17, 2022-JUBA The National Press Club in collaboration with the Association for Media Development in South Sudan (AMDISS), Union of Journalists, and other media houses on Thursday organized a dinner as part of the World Radio Day celebration. The event drew a number of journalists, media managers, members of the diplomatic community, and Media […]