On 7 October 2018, Presidential Elections will be held in Cameroon. The election is prepared under challenging conditions as violent conflicts between anglophone separatists and security forces in the North-West and South-West regions continue to escalate. Media houses and...
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...
The CCMN - Cameroon Community Media Network accepted the invitation of the FES - Friedrich Ebert Foundation to work with their network of journalists from all the ten Cameroonian regions on the questions of how peace journalism and community...
The CCMN - Cameroon Community Media Network produced a 30min documentary on the potentials and challenges of community media in democratization struggels. Watch the documentary here or on our YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50gpKzDyJBQ We also had the opportunity to have a longer interview...
The Civil Peace Service (CPS) is funded by the German Government. CPS experts support people on the ground in their commitment for dialogue, human rights and peace on a long-term basis. Currently, more than 300 international CPS experts are...
The CCMN - Cameroon Community Media Network hosted a 4-day practitioner workshop onĀ "Community-based and Conflict-Sensitive Media Production" with participants from Cameroon, D.R. Congo and Sierra Leone. The meeting took place from 27-30 November 2017 in Douala and was officiated...
The CCMN's Alexander Vojvoda contributed an article to current issue of "The Peace Journalist Vol 7 No 2 October 2017" on the CCMN's work on election reporting and peace journalism. Prof Youngblood (Director Centre for Global Peace Jouranlism) also...
Report by Roseline Obah Akah (President CAMASEJ NW/CCMN NW & West Region) Members of the North West Chapter of the Cameroon Association of English Speaking Journalists (CAMASEJ) have been schooled on Non Violent Communication. This was during a one day...

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