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“#AFFCameroon is our contribution to deconstruct false and negative perceptions”

Donald Tchiengue, Digital Projects Coordinator of #defyhatenow, in the following interview talks about the Africa Factchecking Fellowship, its success stories and prospects.

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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.

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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.


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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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