Education / Trauma Relief / Psychosocial Support

Going through extraordinarily stressful events more often than not leads to lasting emotional and psychological trauma. Our work in conflict mitigation might help alleviate the immediate sources of the trauma, but time does not necessarily heal all wounds, and so post-trauma stress is quite common. We work with institutions that help individuals who have gone through trauma that may have been caused by rape, domestic violence, experiencing/witnessing an act of violence, among others, cope with the events that come with it. 

These institutions include and are not limited to learning institutions that work with women, youth and children.

National Symposium: Hate speech and violence in Cameroon

The Department Of Sociology Of The University Of Yaoundé I With The Technical Support Of The Cameroon Laboratory For Research On Contemporary Societies (Ceresc) In collaboration with Civic Watch, Country Implementation partner of #defyhatenow initiative in Cameroon is organizing a NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM Theme: Hate speech and violence in Cameroon: Social origins, emerging forms and possible responses. From 10-12 May 2023, The University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon.

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