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April 2024 #PeaceLetter


“The Field Guide Belongs To Cameroonians As A Whole And Most Especially All Lovers Of Peace.”

Dr Kinang Derick Fai, Field Guide Implementation Lead, introduces the resource materials and guides users on how to get the best out of its rich content.

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our mandate

#defyhatenow Cameroon seeks to support the voices and actions of citizens working against online-induced conflict within and outside affected regions, by bringing youth, community leaders, grassroots organisations and further civil society stakeholders into a peace-oriented media and information literacy framework.

Bridging gaps of knowledge and awareness of social media mechanisms between those with access to technology and those without, #defyhatenow is a growing network of online and offline peacebuilders.

Engaging for a hatefreecameroon

reach out to #defyhatenow Cameroon today to engage on #hatefreecameroon

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Social Media Hate Speech Mitigation Field Guide Cameroon

The Field Guide offers tools and strategies to be used by community-based organizations & online campaigns for peacebuilding. This is the second version of the Cameroon Field Guide that incorporates more context from the lessons learned from implementing the project over a two year period.


Reach out to #237Check

This is a fact-checking and information verification platform that works on countering misinformation and disinformation in Cameroon.

Verify your facts with #237Check at info@237check.org
Members of #AFFCameroon

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Africa Fact Checking Fellowship Cameroon (#AFFCameroon)

An initiative by #defyhatenow which aims at promoting fact-checking, data journalism, and digital rights among journalists, bloggers, and content creators in Africa.​

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