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Some Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and the NCPBM have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to fight against hate speech and xenophobia. The ceremony at the Head Office of the Commission brought together the President of the Commission, The Vice President, the President of the three working groups (Bilingualism, Multiculturalism and living together), the Secretary General […]

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A United Nations strong delegation led by the Under Secretary General for Africa, Madam Martha Pobee was received at the Commission on 31st March, 2022. The delegation which also featured the Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations for the Central African Sub-region, Mr. Francois Louncény Fall, first held talks with the […]

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Cameroon and France examine common ways of combating misinformation and hate speech on social media. These concerns were raised during an audience granted by the President of the NCPBM, Peter Mafany Musonge to the Ambassador, and Special Envoy for Public Diplomacy in Africa, H.E. Sylvain Itté, who was accompanied by the French Ambassador to Cameroon […]

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Women of the NCPBM join others to celebrate the 37th International Day of the Woman. Focus was on the fight against hate speech and xenophobia. After taking active part in the march past at the 20th May Boulevard, presided over by the Minister of Women’s Empowerment and the Family, the Women of the NCPBM came […]

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It was at the Yaoundé Conference Centre that the members of the NCPBM met for the exercise on the 20th January, 2022. The main point on the agenda was the validation of the 2022 budget. On the occasion, the President of the commission, H.E. Peter Mafany Musonge said the fight against hate speech and xenophobia […]

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Members of the Commission met on the 16 December at the Yaoundé Conference Centre in their second biannual session. On the activities carried out in 2021, H.E Peter Mafany Musonge pointed out that, “we received the very high instructions of the President of the Republic to carry out a new communication campaign against hate speech […]

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The National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism NCPBM, was in Douala from the 31 of October to the 06 of November 2021, on a mission to assess the practice of bilingualism in private enterprises and employers’ organisations. The mission was led by the president of the NCPBM, H.E. Peter MAFANY MUSONGE, in […]

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