Category Archives: News

We support and amplify the voices and stories of young writers, artivists, social entrepreneurs and advocates who use their words, projects and initiatives to address/proffer solutions to the societal issues they’ve noted.

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Ekho Media

Have you heard about Ekho Media yet? This is a streaming and collaborative mobile and web app for Short Content Creators (Short Films, Short Documentaries, and Short Animations) in Africa.

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Nigerian author onyekachi peter onuoha set to release 2 new books

Nigerian author Onyekachi Peter Onuoha set to release 2 new, exciting books: Practical Approaches to Creative Writing and Onion Cells.

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Call for nominations: iKapture 25 Under 25 Award for Leaders Changing the Game!

The search is on and it’s time to think of all the amazing Under 25 people you know! iKapture Center for Development is now accepting nominations for the 25 Under 25 Leaders Changing the Game award.

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As we celebrate International Youth Day 2020, BlankPaperz Media is also celebrating a set of young people who have given their time, energy, and hard work one way or the other, to make magic happen at BlankPaperz Media

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Tired of feeling disconnected from politics? Feel that you have views to share on the major issues shaping our world? Chatham House is building a diverse…

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Mirabelle Morah British Council Study UK ambassador BlankPaperz

The British Council in Nigeria on the event of her 75th anniversary in Nigeria thanked writer, storyteller, and BlankPaperz Mirabelle Morah, who was the winner of the Study UK Exhibition 2018 Video Challenge.

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Street Priests Erupt 2019

ERUPT 2019 is an online campaign that seeks to engage a diverse group of creatives across all art genres; basically anything that is a form of creative art expression.

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Mbaye Diope (left) and Mornyang (right), both from Senegal, searching for better lives in Rome, Italy [photo by – Eric Kafui Okyerefo]

“I am lucky to be alive. Some of my friends died on our way here in 2017. I don’t like to talk about it. It is really hard for me. I want to forget,” Mbaye told Eric. Mbaye and Mornyang are among thousands of undocumented African youth in Europe who are constantly fleeing the economic hardship in their region. Eric Kafui Okyerefo tells the story of their lives. A story of hope and hardship.

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The Dear Dancer project is aimed at pointing dancers towards preventive and alternative medicine, including imbibing an overall healthy lifestyle

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Through the month of June to July, Ainesis will be sharing insights on how to live healthy and enhance  effectiveness as a dancer. Knowledge is power.…

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Through the month of June to July, Ainesis will be sharing insights on how to live healthy and enhance  effectiveness as a dancer. Knowledge is power.…

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After the just concluded World Dance Day on April 29, Ainesis has launched its “Dear Dancer” project to sensitize dancers and members of the public on…

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