The CPS – Civil Peace Service Network in Cameroon published a brochure collecting articles, reports, practical and theoretical write-ups from their partners who work in the area of communication or use communication tools in their work in peace building and conflict transformation
The editors Christiane Kayser and Flaubert Djateng state
In the Civil Peace Service (CPS) networks, we have become aware over the past few years that communication and information are becoming increasingly important in all peace work. Disinformation, rumours, ignorance and prejudice are the sworn enemies of sustainable peace.
Rev Gustav Ebai Tabi and Alexander Vojvoda from the CBS Radio 95.3 MHz in Buea contributed an article on the potential of community-based broadcasting for peace building efforts and the challenges community media face in their work in Cameroon. They emphasise the potentials of community media in the facilitation of conflicts, being dialogue, information and exchange platforms.
Access here the full brochureEED-Heft-12-Engl-Web-LOW
CCMN Office July 29, 2015
The first network meeting of the community media in the South West Region in Cameroon held under the impression of the increasing acts of terrorism in the Northern Regions in Cameroon […]