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#PeaceHackCamp 2015

#PeaceHackCamp

Juba, South Sudan … November 30 to December 2, 2015

Bringing together peacebuilders, tech innovators and open culture advocates from across South Sudan and beyond to hack, code, make and collaborate for peace! Visitors are invited to participate and collaborate during the event, in workshops taking place in the format of a “barcamp”.

We invite kids, teachers, trainees, youths of all ages, and all people, with all skill levels from anywhere in South Sudan and beyond to join us for the #PeaceHackCamp”, says director Lagu Stephen.

This is a unique opportunity for people in South Sudan to network with peer innovation communities from other African innovation labs, experience hands-on knowledge sharing and have the chance to exchange good practices from local peacebuilding initiatives.

#PeaceHackCamp takes place in Juba, Monday November 30 to Wednesday Dec 02, 2015. Free and open to the public.

#PeaceHackCamp is a project by Kapital Movie Industry Corporation (KMIC), Juba, South Sudan, a community interest based, non-profit organisation. It was formed in 2011 as a network of visionary youths committed to empowering the communities they live, work and study in through the power of media, ICT and open expression. The organisation is concerned with conflict mitigation, media literacy, and the development of peaceful methods of association to help cement the process of nation building, and community development.

KMIC is proud to present the #PeaceHackCamp in collaboration with the Central Equatoria Women’s Union (CEWU) and the Aggrey Jaden Cultural Center. Both organisations are the key venue partners of #PeaceHackCamp as well as curatorial and content partners.

For the preliminary program and to register for workshops go to https://peacehackcamp2015.wordpress.com

tweet #PeaceHackCamp with your Open Culture, Innovation, Open Knowledge, Media and Peacebuilding ideas @KapitalMovie!!

“As hacking means finding new and innovative solutions; in hacking peace, where peace is elusive, we want to help re-open the window of opportunity in the world’s newest country for a peaceful, just and prosperous future!” #PeaceHackCamp director Lagu Stephen Samuel.

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The South Sudan #PeaceHackCamp is an inter-communal peace-building project aimed at media literacy training and networking with people from all cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, literacy levels, including those with informal education, self-taught skills and people displaced by conflict. Initiated by a group of dedicated South Sudanese students, IT and media professionals, #PeaceHackCamp will address how to make and share media, not just consume it, while introducing and creating public awareness on the benefits Open ICTs, Innovation and Open Educational Resources (OERs) as vehicles for peacebuilding, development and national reconciliation.

 

The #PeaceHackCamp and its training workshops in media and ICT activism have been made possible with the generous support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Internews South Sudan USAID / iStream small grants programme for South Sudanese media organisations (April 2015 – March 2016)

The #PeaceHackCamp barcamp on ‘Innovation Hubs and Youth Empowerment’ forms part of the KMIC Step-Up Juba Media Lab project, in collaboration with icebauhaus e.V. (Weimar) and r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation gGmbH (Berlin), funded by the German Federal Ministry of International Cooperation and Development (BMZ) through it’s programme of “Support for Media, Access to Information and Freedom of Expression”.

#PeaceHackCamp programmes on mitigating social media hate speech and online incitement to violence form part of the #defyhatenow initiative by the r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation gGmbH, in collaboration with the Ebony Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS) and the Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO.

The #defyhatenow initiative is funded by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) with means of the German Federal Foreign Office

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#PeaceHackCamp 2015

#PeaceHackCamp

Juba, South Sudan … November 30 to December 2, 2015

Bringing together peacebuilders, tech innovators and open culture advocates from across South Sudan and beyond to hack, code, make and collaborate for peace! Visitors are invited to participate and collaborate during the event, in workshops taking place in the format of a “barcamp”.

We invite kids, teachers, trainees, youths of all ages, and all people, with all skill levels from anywhere in South Sudan and beyond to join us for the #PeaceHackCamp”, says director Lagu Stephen.

This is a unique opportunity for people in South Sudan to network with peer innovation communities from other African innovation labs, experience hands-on knowledge sharing and have the chance to exchange good practices from local peacebuilding initiatives.

#PeaceHackCamp takes place in Juba, Monday November 30 to Wednesday Dec 02, 2015. Free and open to the public.

#PeaceHackCamp is a project by Kapital Movie Industry Corporation (KMIC), Juba, South Sudan, a community interest based, non-profit organisation. It was formed in 2011 as a network of visionary youths committed to empowering the communities they live, work and study in through the power of media, ICT and open expression. The organisation is concerned with conflict mitigation, media literacy, and the development of peaceful methods of association to help cement the process of nation building, and community development.

KMIC is proud to present the #PeaceHackCamp in collaboration with the Central Equatoria Women’s Union (CEWU) and the Aggrey Jaden Cultural Center. Both organisations are the key venue partners of #PeaceHackCamp as well as curatorial and content partners.

For the preliminary program and to register for workshops go to https://peacehackcamp2015.wordpress.com

tweet #PeaceHackCamp with your Open Culture, Innovation, Open Knowledge, Media and Peacebuilding ideas @KapitalMovie!!

“As hacking means finding new and innovative solutions; in hacking peace, where peace is elusive, we want to help re-open the window of opportunity in the world’s newest country for a peaceful, just and prosperous future!” #PeaceHackCamp director Lagu Stephen Samuel.

#peacehackcamp logo pack_NEW-01

The South Sudan #PeaceHackCamp is an inter-communal peace-building project aimed at media literacy training and networking with people from all cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, literacy levels, including those with informal education, self-taught skills and people displaced by conflict. Initiated by a group of dedicated South Sudanese students, IT and media professionals, #PeaceHackCamp will address how to make and share media, not just consume it, while introducing and creating public awareness on the benefits Open ICTs, Innovation and Open Educational Resources (OERs) as vehicles for peacebuilding, development and national reconciliation.

The #PeaceHackCamp and its training workshops in media and ICT activism have been made possible with the generous support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Internews South Sudan USAID / iStream small grants programme for South Sudanese media organisations (April 2015 – March 2016)

The #PeaceHackCamp barcamp on ‘Innovation Hubs and Youth Empowerment’ forms part of the KMIC Step-Up Juba Media Lab project, in collaboration with icebauhaus e.V. (Weimar) and r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation gGmbH (Berlin), funded by the German Federal Ministry of International Cooperation and Development (BMZ) through it’s programme of “Support for Media, Access to Information and Freedom of Expression”.

#PeaceHackCamp programmes on mitigating social media hate speech and online incitement to violence form part of the #defyhatenow initiative by the r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation gGmbH, in collaboration with the Ebony Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS) and the Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO).

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the #defyhatenow initiative is funded by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) with means of the German Federal Foreign Office

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Peace starts within me

Celebrating UN International Day of Peace with a live social media PeaceJam in Juba #JubaPeaceJam Intra-Africa Hotel, Juba & online worldwide! #defyhatenow #PeaceDay

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UN International Day of Peace Monday 21st September 2015

Each year the International Day of Peace is observed to strengthen the ideals of peace, within and among all nations and peoples. This year’s aim is to highlight the importance of all segments of society to work together to strive for peace, promote positive interaction between people online, and connect to those with no access or limited access to the internet or social media.

On UN International Day of Peace, the #defyhatenow initiative, through app developer and social media activist Eng-Lual Michael Mayen in collaboration with r0g_agency, brought together community groups, activists and peacebuilders at the Intra-Africa hotel in Juba to hold a social media “peacejam”.

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#jubapeacejam is an invitation to actively make South Sudan’s voice heard above the rhetoric of hate, violence and intolerance. Celebrating unity and independence, together we can take a stand against the forces ripping communities, friends, families and cultures apart.

Working by the Nile in the peaceful garden of the Intra-Africa Hotel, participants from local youth organisations, journalists, students and visitors designed their own ‘peace slogans’ and imagined ways to create lasting peace in South Sudan, and indeed around the world.

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Where social media has increasingly been a place used to stoke the flames of conflict, setting neighbours against one another, #jubapeacejam brings the builders of peace, dialogue and South Sudan’s unique, rich cultural diversity together.

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The #jubapeacejam was organised by Eng-Lual Michael Mayen, a young South Sudanese innovator and app designer. Lual created the Salaam Game, an Android app aimed specifically at conflict and hate speech mitigation amongst youth, and was introduced for the first time to the public at the #jubapeacejam.

The app is being developed in collaboration with the ‘peace mobilizers’ programme of the South Sudanese Committee for National Healing, Peace and Reconciliation (CNHPR), and is being supported by r0g_agency as part of the #defyhatenow initiative against social media hate speech and directed online incitement to violence.

Some thirty activists gathered for this first ever ‘social media peace jam’, including participants from peacebuilding organisations and projects such as Sawa Shabab, FreeVoice, Vistas / USAID, CNHPR, Internews, as well as IDP children from the Confident Children Out of Conflict (CCC) programme.

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Salaam Peace Game was developed by Lual Michael Mayen, a 22 year old software engineering student, and founder of the Computer Bridge for Innovation and Technology, South Sudan.

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Salaam is an Arabic word that means “peace.” The game provides participants the opportunity to play the role of parties in the conflict situations, and to play the role of a mediator who helps the parties reach agreement. You play the game by tapping the screen, and wait for your heart of peace to grow. When it is big enough, pop it to destroy the war symbols that drop from the sky, and the hate that comes from the side. When it pops, the heart releases a shock wave with the word “peace” in the middle and destroys the war and hate symbols. Salaam Game has good music in the background. The song is called “One people one nation,” and entertains the players when playing the game.

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There are so many ways of preaching peace, and Salaam Mobile game is one of them.

Coming soon! What you are saying about Salaam Mobile game:

‘‘Peace is not created with a one-time act: the cease-fire, accord, or reconciliation is just a public point on a timeline between war and durable peace. True peace is built over time, with many different processes and approaches that move conflict into lasting, peaceful relationships. It requires action at many different levels, by different people, in different ways, and at different points in a conflict.’’

Salaam game can be a portal to effective peacebuilding.

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Celebrating and amplifying cultural diversity, the #jubapeacejam facilitates open dialogue among cultures, artists and musicians – using the power of social media to #defyhatenow

#jubapeacejam works across as many channels and platforms as possible to bring online groups together, create slogans, exchange information, ideas and create new communities.

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#defyhatenow is an online platform for peace and solidarity through positive messaging

International #peacehackcamp barcamp / innovation lab takes place Nov 30 – Dec 02, 2015

jubapeacejam_stephenkovatsStephen Kovats, r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation

#defyhatenow is an initiative in collaboration with the Ebony Center for Strategic Studies and CEPO – Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation.

the project is funded by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) with means of the German Federal Foreign Office

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1. workshop_ JUBA april 2015

“Identifying, Mapping and Developing Mitigation Strategies against Social Media Hate Speech and Directed Online Incitement to Violence”

Saturday April 25, 2015
10.00 – 18.00  in Juba

Thank you to all the participants and programme supporters for making the first #DefyHateNow workshop in Juba a success! The workshop was marked by inspiring and thought provoking discussions enabling us to better understand the mechanisms and many facets of media induced hate and how these can lead to further violence exacerbating South Sudan’s conflict. Local South Sudanese civil society and international media development organizations, including Ebony Center for Strategic Studies, CEPO, Search for Common Ground, E.R.A.D.A., Freevoice, Internews, the South Sudan Women’s Peace Network, UNESCO and the Council for National Healing, Peace and Reconciliation joined local media representatives and civil society advocates in exploring how to raise awareness around the effects that online incitement and social media hate speech can have on communities who themselves are not necessarily participants on social media platforms. We now look forward to strengthening cooperation to develop activities, enhance media literacy and awareness of the online mechanisms of dangerous speech, in a concerted effort to #DefyHateNow and support the peace-building process in South Sudan.

image credit: Hakim George Hakim … #DefyHateNow workshop group photo on the banks of the Nile River, Intra-Africa Hotel, Juba, South Sudan, April 25th 2015.


Some pictures of the workshop

Supporters:

the project is funded by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) with means of the German Federal Foreign Office

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Partners:

Ebony Center for Strategic Studies (EBSS)

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Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO)

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#DefyHateNow

#DefyHateNow is an urgent community peacebuilding, training and conflict reconciliation project aimed to strengthen the voices and support the actions of emergent, primarily youth oriented civil society organizations in South Sudan. Initiated by the Berlin-based r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation, in collaboration with the Juba-based Ebony Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS) and the Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO South Sudan), #DefyHateNow aims to raise awareness of and develop means to counter social media based hate speech, conflict rhetoric and directed online incitement to violence. The project responds to South Sudan’s ongoing civil crisis by addressing the roles played by a wide range of social media users incuding diaspora South Sudanese in either exacerbating or helping mitigate issues, particularly since the eruption of crisis on December 15, 2013.

On July 8th 2014 the ‘South Sudan Inside-Out: Rebooting the Peace’ conference, opened by Christoph Strässer, the German Federal Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Aid was held simultaneously in Berlin and Juba. Hosted by r0g_agency for open culture in collaboration with the German Africa Foundation and Talk of Juba the event acted as an initial #DefyHateNow discussion on the role of social media in the current conflict.

This first #DefyHateNow program development workshop in Juba on April 25, 2015 is aimed to bring partners, correspondents, potential further stakeholders, community leaders, and experts working in South Sudan on issues of (social) media and conflict resolution together in an initial exchange on building the project’s strategic framework. It will discuss issues of social media literacy and verification (groudtruthing), community media interaction (including within UNMISS PoC sites), freedom of expression and means of fostering a ‘culture of peace’ with concrete practice examples, resources and the ways with which to implement social media based violence mitigation strategies.

Additionally, #DefyHateNow seeks to support and see those voices acting against the conflict go ‘viral’ both within and outside the country – also bringing the South Sudanese diaspora into the online peace building framework, bridging gaps of knowledge and awareness of social media mechanisms between those that have access to technology and those that do not.

The workshop is designed as an ‘off-the-record’ project development meeting with a small number of partners and colleagues. Although we will document the event for internal development of the project Chatham House Rules* of engagement will be adhered to

 Supporters:

the project is funded by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) with means of the German Federal Foreign Office

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Partners:

Ebony Center for Strategic Studies (EBSS)

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Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO)

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#DefyHateNow Background Notes

 

#DefyHateNow introductory workshop: “Identifying, Mapping and Developing Mitigation Strategies against Social Media Hate Speech and Directed Online Incitement to Violence”
Juba, Saturday April 25, 2015

Background research for detailed #DefyHateNow campaign + robust training curriculum.

Summary of different policies, contexts and approaches re: monitoring and combatting hate speech on- and off-line.

#DefyHateNow is an initiative to combat social media hate speech by the r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation, Berlin, the Ebony Center for Strategic Studies, Juba and the Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO), Juba,

Supporters:

the project is funded by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) with means of the German Federal Foreign Office

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Partners:

Ebony Center for Strategic Studies (EBSS)

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Introduction: Table of Contents & Framing questions
Table of contents

Prelude : South Sudan Dialogues

Section One : Monitoring, Analysing & Mapping Online Hate Speech, Rumours and Media

Section Two : Technologies for Tracking and Debunking Online Rumours & Verifying Images

Section Three : Examples of Best Practices Alternatives for Peace And Social Change

Section Four : Initiatives & Legal Approaches To Mitigate Hate Speech

Section Five : Guidelines For Responsible Use Of Social Media (FACEBOOK And Twitter)

Section Six : Global Context Of Hate Speech & Discussions on Free Speech

Section Seven : Art For Social Change

Section Eight : Global Context for Social Innovation and Peacebuilding


Framing questions
Framing questions

What is the existing dialogue in public digital sphere re South Sudan? Local and diaspora communities.
How can shifts in cultural discourse to build peace be encouraged through social media and technology?
What are the best practices in peacebuilding and creating a more just, tolerant and compassionate society?
How are Social Media guidelines monitored and contravening material or users treated?
What mechanisms are in place to take further action once reported?
Social Media platforms do not do much once harassment is reported (remove user/block messages)
Public personalities intend to sue companies for hate speech propagated against them individually
In redefining the purpose of such platforms by making them liable for content, this legal approach may prompt an increase in take-downs and blocks. Do we wish to have governments or a corporation start censoring free speech?
Issues of ‘Free speech’ and privacy need to be addressed, clarified and made transparent in the project.
Alternative entry-points: media and social media training; viral campaigns that aim to transform hate speech into minor disturbance; changing the cultural narratives

      #DefyHateNow is an urgent community peacebuilding, training and conflict reconciliation project aimed to strengthen the voices and support the actions of emergent, primarily youth oriented civil society organizations in South Sudan. Initiated by the Berlin-based r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation, in collaboration with the Juba-based Ebony Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS) and the Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO South Sudan), #DefyHateNow aims to raise awareness of and develop means to counter social media based hate speech, conflict rhetoric and directed online incitement to violence. The project responds to South Sudan’s ongoing civil crisis by addressing the roles played by a wide range of social media users incuding diaspora South Sudanese in either exacerbating or helping mitigate issues, particularly since the eruption of crisis on December 15, 2013.

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#DefyHateNow workshop thanks!

Thank you to all the participants and programme supporters for making the first #DefyHateNow workshop in Juba a success!

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The workshop was marked by inspiring and thought provoking discussions enabling us to better understand the mechanisms and many facets of media induced hate and how these can lead to further violence exacerbating South Sudan’s conflict. Local South Sudanese civil society and international media development organisations, including Ebony Center for Strategic Studies, CEPO, Search for Common Ground, E.R.A.D.A., Freevoice, Internews, the South Sudan Women’s Peace Network, UNESCO and the Council for National Healing, Peace and Reconciliation joined local media representatives and civil society advocates in exploring how to raise awareness around the effects that online incitement and social media hate speech can have on communities who themselves are not necessarily participants on social media platforms. We now look forward to strengthening cooperation to develop activities, enhance media literacy and awareness of the online mechanisms of dangerous speech, in a concerted effort to #DefyHateNow and support the peacebuilding process in South Sudan.

image credit: Hakim George Hakim … #DefyHateNow workshop group photo on the banks of the Nile River, Intra-Africa Hotel, Juba, South Sudan, April 25th 2015.

the #defyhatenow initiative is funded by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) with means of the German Federal Foreign Office

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#DefyHateNow_2014_intro

Mobilizing Activist Media against Hate Speech and Incitement
to Violence in South Sudan

#DefyHateNow is a mobilization and urgent awareness raising initiative to support the actions of emergent, primarily youth based civil society organisations in South Sudan. The project aims to better network the message of the many small and dispersed groups battling the hate-rhetoric and incitement to violence exacerbating the political clashes that broke out in the country’s capital Juba, in December 2013. r0g_agency’s Stephen Kovats discusses #DefyHateNow at re:publica14, introducing the United Youth Association (UYA), the Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO) and the Kapital Virtual Academy (KVA) … three independent and innovative South Sudanese grass-roots organizations working for peace, tolerance and unity. Continue reading #DefyHateNow_2014_intro

#DefyHateNow

workshop_1:

“Identifying, Mapping and Developing Mitigation Strategies against Social Media Hate Speech and Directed Online Incitement to Violence”

Saturday April 25, 2015
10.00 – 18.00  in Juba

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#DefyHateNow is an urgent community peacebuilding, training and conflict reconciliation project aimed to strengthen the voices and support the actions of emergent, primarily youth oriented civil society organizations in South Sudan. Initiated by the Berlin-based r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation, in collaboration with the Juba-based Ebony Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS) and the Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO South Sudan), #DefyHateNow aims to raise awareness of and develop means to counter social media based hate speech, conflict rhetoric and directed online incitement to violence. The project responds to South Sudan’s ongoing civil crisis by addressing the roles played by a wide range of social media users incuding diaspora South Sudanese in either exacerbating or helping mitigate issues, particularly since the eruption of crisis on December 15, 2013.

On July 8th 2014 the ‘South Sudan Inside-Out: Rebooting the Peace’ conference, opened by Christoph Strässer, the German Federal Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Aid was held simultaneously in Berlin and Juba. Hosted by r0g_agency for open culture in collaboration with the German Africa Foundation and Talk of Juba the event acted as an initial #DefyHateNow discussion on the role of social media in the current conflict.

This first #DefyHateNow program development workshop in Juba on April 25, 2015 is aimed to bring partners, correspondents, potential further stakeholders, community leaders, and experts working in South Sudan on issues of (social) media and conflict resolution together in an initial exchange on building the project’s strategic framework. It will discuss issues of social media literacy and verification (groudtruthing), community media interaction (including within UNMISS PoC sites), freedom of expression and means of fostering a ‘culture of peace’ with concrete practice examples, resources and the ways with which to implement social media based violence mitigation strategies.

Additionally, #DefyHateNow seeks to support and see those voices acting against the conflict go ‘viral’ both within and outside the country – also bringing the South Sudanese diaspora into the online peace building framework, bridging gaps of knowledge and awareness of social media mechanisms between those that have access to technology and those that do not.

The workshop is designed as an ‘off-the-record’ project development meeting with a small number of partners and colleagues. Although we will document the event for internal development of the project Chatham House Rules* of engagement will be adhered to

The #DefyHateNow pilot is funded by the ‘zivik – civil conflict resolution program’ of ‘ifa – Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen’, with means of the German Federal Foreign Office.

Supporters:

the #defyhatenow inititive is funded by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) with means of the German Federal Foreign Office

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Partners

Ebony Center for Strategic Studies (EBSS)

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Community Empowerment for Progress Organisation (CEPO)

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#DefyHateNow – live stream

South Sudan Inside-Out: Rebooting the Peace

live stream:
Tuesday 8th of July
19:00 Berlin (GMT/UTC +2) or 20:00 Juba (GMT/UTC +3)

For other local times, consult the Time Zone Converter.

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(stream via youtube: http://youtu.be/6AeAUl4Ga7A)

On July 8th 2014, the eve of South Sudan’s third anniversary of independence, the Germany Africa Foundation in collaboration with r0g_agency and Talk of Juba is hosting at Berlin’s Humboldt University as part of the #DefyHateNow initiative, with a simultaneous event node in Juba, South Sudan. The discussion explores the role of social media in aggravating the current conflict, yet perhaps providing a path to peace and reconciliation.

join the live online discussion
via Talk of Juba. Online moderator Brett McKenna will relay questions and comments for the panelists from wherever you are located!

Thanks to Baruch @telekommunisten for facilitating the stream!