The CCMN is honoured to announce the visit of the UNESCO Chair on Community Media, Prof Vinod Pavarala, to Cameroon to discuss the role and potentials of community media in the Cameroonian society. At the invitation of the CCMN -...
ENGLISH VERSION In order to promote peace and development and to contribute to the future of the African continent, the Protestant University of Central Africa (PUCA) in Yaoundé relaunched its Peace Journalism program in 2016. It is a 2-year Master...
The CCMN - Cameroon Community Media Network has been invited by the Foundation Development and Peace to the Berlin Summer Dialogue 2018 on the topic "Strengthening Local Peace Building - Establishing the Basis for Sustaining Peace" on 29/30 May 2018...
For the 2-week training and workshop tour of the CCMN in co-operation with Prof Steven Youngblood (Director Center for Global Peace Journalism) on community media, peace journalism and electoral reporting with 4 workshops and 7 in-house trainings a handout...
The project "Community Media, Peace Journalism and Elections Reporting" ends with a 2-day workshop with Prof Steven Youngblood, Director Center for Global Peace Journalism, for CCMN members and selected print, radio, TV and online non-member journalists. Furthermore, several representatives...
Prof Steven Youngblood, Director of the Center for Global Peace Journalism at Park University in Parkville Missouri/US, is on a 2-week visit to Cameroon from 16 - 29 July 2017. During this time Steven Youngblood and the CCMN will...
The CCMN and Prof Steven Youngblood, Director of the Center for Global Peace Journalism, held meetings and in-house trainings for CCMN members, non-member journalists and civil society representatives in Mamfe, Limbe, Kumba and Buea from 23 - 26 July...
The CCMN - Cameroon Community Media Network has collaborated with the US Embassy in Yaounde, the Center for Global Peace Journalism and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Yaounde on improving the capacities of community media journalists in the area...

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