Rethinking Community Relations Strategies in the Niger Delta
By: School of Media And Communication (SMC)
Lagos State, Nigeria
Mar 21 - 23 Mar, 2012
The agitation and warfare waged by militants and communities in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria is now widely acknowledged as one of the key challenges facing both the government and the corporate organizations with investments and operational presence in the region. The regular deaths, acts of vandalism and kidnappings and the disruptions of business operations have created a climate of siege, which is highly unfavorable for business. While the government has the responsibility to address the constitutional, political and other juridical aspects of the conflict, corporate organizations face a critical need to rethink the strategies by which they communicate and relate with the local communities in which they operate.
NGN150,000.00 per participant (Covers all course materials, tea and lunch) (Convert Currency)
Venue: School of Media and Communication, Pan African University, 2 Ahmed Onibudo Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. Contact: Doris -08058127207 and 01-8967462, Juliet - 08066385629