Communications, Research and Publications

Communications is the conduit for the generation, dissemination, and management of uncovered knowledge, thought-provoking inquiries, and insightful learnings to our primary target audiences, namely the public, government officials as well as Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Community-Based Organizations (CBOs).

This work track enables us to accelerate the transformative changes that HOMEF seeks to bring about in Nigeria and Africa at large. Our activities encompass research and documentation, data analysis, external communications, media relations, social media content creation, writing, editing, and publication distribution.

Our areas of engagement include the website, podcasts, video documentaries, and vlogs, policy papers, books, newsletters, and our quarterly e-magazine — the eco-instigator.

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What’s on Our Plates 2023

What’s on Our Plates 2023

This edition of  “What’s on Our Plates?” highlights the increasing number and distribution of processed food products containing GMOs on our market shelves. The report highlights public perceptions towards GMOs and attitudes toward labeling in...

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Featured Eco-Instigator

Eco-Instigator #40

In this edition celebrating our 10th year, we emphasise our commitment to justice and equity and report on some of our strategies like the Niger Delta Alternatives Convergence (NDAC). We highlight the importance of integrating the gender dimension into environmental and climate justice discourse, and the criticalness of not leaving the grassroots out of the conversation. Also present are goodwill messages from comrades, colourful HOMEF experiences shared by our team members, and literary pieces for your reading pleasure. Check out our recommended books which feature “Politics of Turbulent Waters”, a compendium of selected articles from past editions of your Eco-Instigator.

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