The president of the CCMN SW/Littoral Chapter Rev Geraldine Fobang and the Civi Peace Service seconded personnel to the CCMN Alexander Vojvoda were invited by the Center for Global Peace Journalism at the Park University in Kansas City/US to...
In May 2017 the Civil Peace Service (CPS) in Cameroon, the Great Lakes of Africa and Mano River Region published a brochure with the title "Pathways to Peace". The publication discusses peace initiatives in the three regions which use...
The CCMN co-ordinator Alexander Vojvoda and Sebastian Lasinger from Culture Radio in Freetown/Sierra Leone contributed an article to the current edition of “The Peace Journalist”. Alexander Vojvoda and Sebastian Lasinger wrote on the collaboration between the two community radio...
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 CPS - Civil Peace Service in Cameroon published the results of the action research project "Recruitment of Young People in Armed Groups in Cameroon - An Action Research Project of the Civil Peace Service Network in Cameroon" The authors...
Mariama R. NJAYOU (CCMN West Region) Depuis un peu plus de deux ans déjà, le département du Noun qui occupe 52% de la superficie de la région de l’Ouest Cameroun est l’une des zones les plus sollicitées par les populations...
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...
In March 2018 Bread for the World published the new "Building Peace" brochure on projects in the framework of the Civil Peace Service (CPS). The 15th edition of this publication focuses on the ways how CPS partner organisations from...

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