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Evelyn Dan Epelle

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About Evelyn
Evelyn Dan Epelle is an esteemed Nigerian journalist, columnist, and international multimedia journalist based in Abuja. She is renowned for her insightful analysis of breaking news stories, serving as a foreign correspondent and public policy analyst. Evelyn contributes a biweekly column titled 'Global Perspectives' for KAFTAN Post, where she delves into a wide array of topics, including social, political, and economic issues that resonate on both a continental and global scale. Her journalistic prowess is complemented by her role as an IMF Youth Fellow and her leadership at KAFTAN TV in Nigeria, where she oversees the Department of Library, Content, and Broadcast.

Educationally grounded with a degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering and a master's degree in Communications, Culture, and Technology, Evelyn's expertise spans multiple domains. She is particularly focused on media, education, technology, and public policy interventions in Africa and its diaspora, the 6th region. Since December 2018, she has been a dedicated voice at KAFTAN Post, and her experience includes writing for the 'Washington File' column.

Evelyn's work is characterized by a deep commitment to providing expert commentary and fostering a nuanced understanding of complex international matters. Her contributions to journalism and media in Nigeria and beyond have made her a respected figure in the field, known for her ability to connect diverse issues and engage with a global audience.
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As a Policy Analyst and Student At the School of Politics, Policy, and Governance (SPPG) I shared insights from a group study on the importance Of Citizen Participation in Governance.

Global Perspectives

03 Mar 2023  |  Kaftan Post
Evelyn Dan Epelle is a columnist for KAFTAN Post, where she writes the fortnightly column 'Global Perspectives'. The column focuses on a variety of topics, including social, political, and economic discussions from around the world. Evelyn has a background in Electronics and Communications Engineering and a master's degree in Communications, Culture, and Technology. She is currently an IMF Youth Fellow and heads the Department of Library, Content, and Broadcast at KAFTAN TV in Nigeria. Evelyn has been contributing to KAFTAN Post since December 2018 and has also written for the 'Washington File' column.

The need for climate activism in Africa

03 Mar 2023  |  illuminem.com
The article discusses the urgent need for climate justice in Africa, highlighting the disproportionate effects of climate change on the continent despite its minimal contribution to global greenhouse gas emissions. It emphasizes the importance of climate finance and the need for wealthy nations and corporations to address 'loss and damage' caused by climate-related disasters. The role of climate activism is underscored, with a call for African governments to implement Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and National Adaptation Plans (NAPs). The Pan-African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) is mentioned as a key player in advocating for climate justice. The article also critiques the African media's coverage of climate change, suggesting it is often reactive rather than proactive. It points to Morocco, Gabon, and Nigeria as examples of African countries making strides in climate policy and adaptation. The piece concludes by stressing the need for equitable climate change solutions and the collective responsibility of all nations to achieve net-zero carbon emissions.

Evelyn Dan Epelle is a Multimedia Journalist and Communication Strategist. This Youtube Channel is an archive of her work and media engagements.

Strategies for Effective Engagement Between the African Diaspora and African Media

31 May 2022  |  African Diaspora Network - INFORM ENGAGE ACT
The article discusses the importance of engagement between the African Diaspora and African media, highlighting the role of the African Diaspora Network (ADN) and Baobab Consulting in fostering this relationship. It emphasizes the significant financial and intellectual contributions of the African Diaspora to the continent's development. The article also addresses the challenges faced by African storytellers, such as negative media framing by Western outlets and the need for more positive narratives about Africa. It features insights from journalists like Ciku Kimeria, Akindare Okunola, JC Whittington, Felix Maringa, and Wale Adekanbi, who shared their experiences and the importance of accurate storytelling. The article suggests that improving the relationship between the African media and the African Diaspora can lead to better governance and more holistic content production. It calls for effective stakeholder coordination to amplify African stories and change the narrative about the continent.

Celebrate Africa Day- Africa Day Media Roundtable

10 May 2022  |  African Diaspora Network - INFORM ENGAGE ACT
Felix Maringa is a seasoned Kenyan journalist with experience in television production and event moderation. He has worked with Deutsche Welle News as an International Correspondent and with Kenya's KTN-News, where he produced news shows. His work includes producing features and documentaries for CHAMS Media Limited. Throughout his five-year career, Felix has covered significant events such as the Kenya 2017 elections, health and agriculture topics, the Covid-19 pandemic, and various human interest stories across East Africa. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Communication from Daystar University and is recognized as a youth leader and an outstanding media practitioner.

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