Douala, 24 October 2021 - From 26 to 29 October 2021, Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon, will host a regional forum to raise awareness and build the capacity of media practitioners to prevent and combat hate speech in Central Africa.
The announcement last week of a unilateral ceasefire in the Central African Republic is among recent positive steps in the country, the top UN official there told the Security Council on Monday, urging continued support for peace and reconciliation efforts.
The Secretary-General welcomes the unilateral declaration of a ceasefire across the entire Central African Republic territory from 15 October 2021, announced by the President of the Central African Republic, H.E. Faustin Archange Touadéra.
This year’s International Day of Peace comes at a crisis point for humanity.
COVID-19 has turned our world upside-down.
Conflicts are spinning out of control.
The climate emergency is worsening.
Inequality and poverty are deepening.
The outgoing commander of the European Union Training Mission in the Central African Republic (EUTM CAR), Brigadier General Paulo Neves de Abreu, handed over the reins of the organization to his successor on 11 September 2021, at a ceremony held in Bangui.
Olga Simandele is certified in conflict resolution and mediation. She is a member of the Third-Party Neutral (TPN) group from Kaga-Bandoro, composed of community leaders and other community members as well as local authorities.