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Droit à la Dignité Humaine
Deux angles de traitement de l'information
Roch Olivier Maistre président en exercice de l'Afcram
Avec Desmond Ngala
Responsable résident au Cameroun de la Defyhatenow_EA
On en parle ici 👉🏿 https://wwwallezdireonline.wordpress.com
It's the final day to apply for this Fact-checking & Digital Rights Fellowship by Defyhatenow_EA & Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa
Applicants must be located in Juba at the start of the fellowship
Apply by 4.30 PM today
The program is made possible with Defyhatenow with support from Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa in the context of the Africa Digital Rights Fund . 211 Check
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This is dedicated to EBC Radio 89.4FM Juba, Defyhatenow_EA and 211 Check
Thank you for your flexibility.
SafetyComm South Sudan
Join the third cohort.
https://forms.gle/4apK4TzWJoDDxJgp8 Bida 211 Check Defyhatenow_EASafetyComm South Sudan
Deng Torit will moderate this webinar "Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility" as his panelists take us through very important insights.
Follow SafetyComm South Sudan and Defyhatenow_EA to join the conversation via Facebook Live
Supported by Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa under the
Eastern Washington University, USA
Speaking to The Mail During the Conclusion of Three Days The Executive Director of CCASA ,He said this program is about To Encounter Hate speech in The Community more special Youth from Southern Unity , This training was to target Youth from Counties In Unity State, Its' Curbs the the hate speech, and break the silent of conflict, And Encounter the speech online among the youth,
Meanwhile The Executive Director of defy hate Now ,Marina Modi says ,It's hard to Harmonise the peace ,If they stop the issues of Hate speech online among the youth , it's not one persons Responsible to bring peace ,our social Responsibilities to come together to work for the betterment and future of this country ,
Meanwhile Mr Gatmai The participants says , They have learnt how to Encounter the Hate speech online among the youth and They will take what to the youth on the ground Mitigate peace, Mrs Tabitha Samuel ,They are the Ambassadors of the change to the society , They should to stop the issues of Hate speech online and Embrace peace among as the youth
Wishing you continued success Zol Kebir
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#Defyhatenow is an organization that works on creating frameworks for enhancing trust between stakeho
Happy international Day for Peace!
Darren Manning, USAID Director, Office of Democracy and Governance, James Boboya, SIMA Technical Advisor at IREX and Marina Modi, Executive Director at Defyhatenow, at a light moment after opening speeches at our training for journalists yesterday.
The session engaged 46 participants from over 15 entities in Juba
We wish it hadn't ended. A beautiful moment to have a chat with media makers in Juba city about the information ecosystem in South Sudan - disinformation, GBV reporting, gender equality, online safety and data privacy. They all have one aim - to improve access to quality, credible and accurate information to the audience. Thank you everyone!
Leer was good with us! We had a productive discussion with 28 content creators, including some from Mayendit. We focused on combatting disinformation, reporting GBV, and producing content for Gender Equality under SDG 5.
We're thrilled that the content creators are ready to do their part in spreading awareness about how best to address these issues using skills gained from our discussion in Leer.
Let's work together to promote a where everyone thrives!
Graduated 36 brilliant media makers who completed our three-month mentorship on fact-checking & gender transformative content! Huge congratulations on this milestone.
So proud of their dedication & excited to see them apply their new skills.
We are excited and eagerly await to engage with individuals at an in-person training in Leer, Unity State with a focus on combatting disinformation, sharing best practices on gender-based violence, and discrimination, and reporting on gender equality.
Participants who share information will be asked, "How can we effectively address these issues?"
Journalists, media students, and information officers in Juba, let's meet & talk about fact-checking, information verification and gender transformative content on Tuesday next week.
Interested persons can register here: https://buff.ly/3OGEz5s to secure a spot. ONLY REGISTERED ATTENDEES WILL BE CONFIRMED
Ready to tackle information pollution? Join us online this Saturday for an engaging session hosted by Defyhatenow and IFCN. Gain a deeper understanding of South Sudan's media landscape and learn effective strategies to navigate misleading information. Don't wait, secure your spot NOW!: https://buff.ly/3ODbOq8
Our experience in Wau was simply breathtaking! The participants have already begun showcasing their enhanced skills. Big thanks to IREX for partnering with us to empower content creators with fact-checking, multimedia storytelling, and gender-transformative content expertise.
📅 Tomorrow, Defyhatenow will be in Wau, Western Bahr-el-Ghazal, for a one-day session on combatting disinformation, multimedia storytelling, and gender-transformative content creation.
This in-person experience is part of our three-month hybrid mentorship program, empowering journalists in South Sudan with fact-checking skills for sustainable and credible media.
Last week, Defyhatenow and IREX teamed up to engage journalists and key stakeholders in Kapoeta on combatting disinformation, reporting GBV, gender-transformative content, and multimedia storytelling. The participants pledged to utilize the acquired skills to enhance grassroots access to credible and accurate information.
We are hiring!!!
Position: Contstitution Review & Ammendment Consultant (NGO)
ToR attached and more details attached.
Interested applicants should send required files and or inquiries to; [email protected]
On the 21st of September, we will join other peacebuilders around the world in observing the International Day of Peace through . Our topic this year is "How does racism affect the response to conflict and peacebuilding?" This will be a live online event and is free of charge and open to everyone!
The event will also be streamed live here: http://facebook.com/defyhatenow
To learn more and register for , use the link: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvcuGhpzMoE9yMba8ef-FNlOnkyieZlf2Y
The successful candidates for the Fact-checking and Digital Rights Fellowship are here ⤵️
For the next two months, they would be engaged in fact-checking & cyber safety-related activities.
Read our introductory blog post to know them better 👇
How do you identify fake news and what do you do about it?
Join our project coordinators from 211 Check SafetyComm South Sudan, and Junub Open Space - JOS on Advance Youth Radio as they digest this critical topic courtesy of the Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa (CIPESA) under the Africa Digital Rights Fund (ADRF).
Do you want to learn fact-checking and basic online safety skills?
Join South Sudan for a Zoom training organised through 211 Check and SafetyComm South Sudan with support from the Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa on Thursday next week.
Register here: https://forms.gle/PsDT2eoU6tBoWATo7
The 2nd meetup in Gudele West. Debunking toxic misinformation offline & educating grassroots communities on how to handle unverified information were at the center of the engagement facilitated by Junub Open Space - JOS & South Sudan with support from Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa under the Africa Digital Rights Fund ( ).
21st September of every year is a phenomenal date on our calendar. delivered a truly memorable moment. And, with knocking, we have a surprise for you this year!
Have you saved the date? 21st September 2021, . Our Chief Operating Officer Marina Modi will be hosting the panel on "Recovering after displacement" where the panelists will be sharing their experiences.
Save the date; https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJctd-yurjgqG9RYMF6GgToGpsQoDJECJ2Vb
We were in Gudele, building a community trust cycle that starts with the truth. We engaged residents in a discussion on debunking rumours that fuel violence in the offline community. This is . Junub Open Space - JOS, 211 Check, Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa.
✅ BECOME A TRAINED FACT-CHECKER ✅
South Sudan through 211 Check and SafetyComm South Sudan is still calling for applications from interested individuals to participate in the Empowering Fact-checking in South Sudan Cohort 3 training.
Apply now: http://ow.ly/eAEQ50KusEp
Have you applied for the paid Fact-checking and Digital Rights Fellowship yet?
✅ Learn fact-checking & digital rights skills
✅ Collaborate with South Sudan partners among a range of other benefits.
Apply here: http://ow.ly/6qRN50KuiAg
This fellowship is supported by the Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa under the Africa Digital Rights Fund (ADRF).
As part of its commitment to digital empowerment and civic education, South Sudan with support from Internews in South Sudan, did this ⤵️
We are inviting you to a Zoom webinar session on the topic "Cybersecurity is a Shared Responsibility.
When: Saturday Aug 27, 2022 at 11:00 AM South Sudan time.
Register in advance to attend: http://ow.ly/ysO750KrS49
211 Check, SafetyComm South Sudan, MTN South Sudan
: Workshop participants explore opportunities, challenges, and solutions to rumour monitoring and reporting. Internews
The follow-up workshop on social media and rumour management is underway at . If you have been part of any of our rumour training engagements held in the last three months, this is for you.
is spreading around the world like wildfire.
And, so is misinformation about the disease.
There have been no official reports on organ damage caused by .
Internews in South Sudan, Internews, Internews Health Journalism Network.
🗣️ CALL FOR APPLICATION | FACT-CHECKING AND DIGITAL RIGHTS FELLOWSHIP
We are looking for committed and dedicated fellows to join us.
Does this interest you? Check out the eligibility: https://forms.gle/Zi4aP6pJWBVUkX6m6
Participants of our workshops on rumour management and health in Bor, Torit, Yambio & Wau are invited to this online follow-up meeting.
Join us on Thursday, August 25th from 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM via Zoom.
Confirm your attendance: https://forms.gle/kxjKvT3PLL3aA34X7
Have you been part of our workshops on rumour management and health misinformation in Juba this year?
Are you available on Wednesday next week? Confirm your attendance for our next in-person follow-up meeting.
When we say no to all forms of 👇
Peace would reign ✅
Broken social fabrics would be amended ✅
Lost love would be restored ✅
Killings and destructions stop ✅
Service delivery improves ✅
Community prospers ✅
South Sudan & Junub Open Space - JOS with support from Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa in the context of the Africa Digital Rights Fund , will engage four communities on debunking misinformation👇
If the cause of a conflict is from within, there can be a solution from within. A powerful, eye-opening, and refreshing statement from Nyalony Gatwang toward a 👇
To our hardworking and resilient youth, this is your day.
Your contributions to the national development agenda are underestimated.
We see you, we acknowledge that you are the pillar of this great nation.
As continues to spread around the world, we are assessing the state of the disease in .
Please be part of this exercise by completing our short survey here: https://bit.ly/3Qjiv0f
Thank you in advance for your participation.
Internews, Health Journalism Network, Internews in South Sudan
What brought is our unrepentant heart as a generation ❌
The coronavirus was caused by the pathogen SARS-CoV-2, which was first reported in China ✅
Internews in South Sudan, Internews, Internews Health Journalism Network
Two regions, one picture, one organisation.
We are 🟡 ⚫
Peace, love, and tolerance are our backbone.
I am fully vaccinated against .
Should I still follow safety guidelines?
And here is why 👇
, how bad are face masks for expectant mothers?
What happens when expectant mothers wear face masks 🤔
Our answer 👇
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Happy and smiley faces from Scenius Hub. Have a great week ahead! Say
South Sudan in collaboration with Climate Change Adaptation for Smart Action (CCASA) has trained 35 peace ambassadors on hate speech mitigation under the campaign "Defy Hate Now in Southern Unity".
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#defyhatenow is an initiative that works on creating frameworks for enhancing trust between stakeholders in Africa through mobilizing civic action against all forms of hate speech, misinformation, human rights violations, and incitement to violence. The initiative is considered one of the leading entities that works on providing data-driven solutions to the problem of hate speech, fake news, and misinformation in Africa, working at the nexus of technology, peacebuilding, and human rights. #defyhatenow's team of researchers, designers, data analysts, and programmers have a wide range of experiences and are currently leading flagship projects in Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan, Cameroon, and Kenya.
#defyhatenow was initiated by r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation gGmbH (Berlin) in response to the sudden and prevalent hate speech on social media platforms in South Sudan at the start of the conflict that erupted in the country in December 2013 and again in July 2016.
Since the initiative began its work in 2014, the staff have provided extensive capacity-building programs for civil society, humanitarian agencies, the media, the private sector, and government agencies in the region. Through these programs, #defyhatenow has reached over 300,000 people with essential hate speech awareness and knowledge on the impact of misinformation. #defyhatenow is also invested in nurturing a community of young people through fellowships. #defyhatenow Fellowships provide youth activists and community leaders with resources and expertise that enable them to tackle hate speech online and offline; thereby bringing together grassroots organizations and youth groups to create a healthier public discourse and prevent conflict among communities. #defyhatenow has had over 50 fellows across its countries of operation.
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