The Media for Justcie Project is Dedicated to training community people to use video advocacy for a non violent approach to dialogue and as a tool in their campaigns, the Media For Justice Project has since its inception carried out series of trainings and capacity building programmes in urban and rural community people while also taken part in community organization and mobilizations in over 20 rural communities and 10 urban slum settlements in the Niger Delta
Oil Spills are very destructive to the eco-systems of the Niger Delta, and efforts should be intensfieid in cleaning the spills as peoples lives depend on their environment.
This is a Video On the Pre JIV (joint Investigation) of the Recent Oil spill from one of the Shell piplelines running through Bodo Community in ogoni land.
October 2011 in Port Harcourt Rivers State, the World Habitat day peaceful march by people and residents of the water-front communities in port harcourt, walking in solidarity calling for their rights to housing be respected
"People Live Here"
There was film show In the Railway community in Port harcourt Rivers State on the 16th of February 2012, this was held in solidarity with the people of this community whose houses were demolished by the Rivers State Government without any consultation. This demolition process was halted after the people stood up against this injustice and demanded that their rights to housing be respected. "HOUSING IS A HUMAN RIGHT"
Based in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria, the Media for Justice Project works with groups and social movements fighting for social, economic, cultural and environmental justice by helping them use media and communication technologies to inform, organize, mobilize and further their struggles to create a better world.