Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. At #defyhatenow we join the International Day of Peace commemoration by having  #peacejam activities and discussions that call for conflict mitigation against acts of hate online and offline. We invite you to jam for peace with us from wherever you are in the world,…

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You will be responsible for creating and collating original text and video content, managing posts, and responding to followers. You will help curate and cultivate our organization’s online image and projects in a dynamic, cohesive way in order to achieve strategic goals, including increasing engagement, followers, and social impact.

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Photo Courtesy : Lovette The Gambia is both a source and destination country for women and children subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking. Gambian women, girls, and to a lesser extent boys are exploited for prostitution and domestic servitude. Women and children from West African countries are also trafficked to The Gambia for commercial…

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Dear friends, As we head into summer,  we’d like to share a few of our highlights and milestones with you. We are also looking for feedback from you, asking you to vote on the redesign of our logo below! Looking ahead to events in the coming months, we will soon be launching the #defyhatenow Social Media Hate Speech Mitigation Field Guide for Ethiopia,…

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Article by: Kendi Gikunda Public policy can be defined as any government action to address public issues and is essentially a government decision undertaken to pursue a specific goal or objective which may or may not be enforceable at the central, state or local level of governance. Policy-making thus remains a dynamic process that is…

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Dear friends, Looking back on the first quarter of 2021, we have reached some important milestones, such as the release of a new #MMN Field Guide and wrapping up the latest #ASKnet hub development program, and are excited to share these updates with you. Enjoy reading! Some recent highlights: #MMN Migrant Media Network Our #MMN program launched a new Social…

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By: Fogha Mc Cornilius  Hate Speech is as difficult to define as it is to regulate. There is no international consensus on what is considered hate speech and what isn’t. The difficulty with regulating hate speech is that it sometimes infringes on the freedom of speech, which is a right defended by international law. In…

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African women are at the forefront of every movement but rarely get the recognition they deserve. On this year’s International Women’s Day, I choose to challenge the world leaders to consider African women who are initiating social and political change on the continent and beyond as their political partners and support the work of women…

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The r0g_team wishes you a very Happy New Year 2021!We want to thank our friends, partners and funders for always supporting our work, even in difficult times. We are very grateful that we were able to continue our work despite both unfathomable Covid-19 challenges and new civil conflicts that broke out. With that, a special…

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Published 18 December 2020 by la rédaction on Makery – MakersXchange For MakersXchange (MAX), a study on the mobility of makers, Makery and UPTEC Porto are conducting a series of in-depth interviews to better understand the needs of makers for a future MAX pilot program. New interview with Stephen Kovats from r0g_agency for open culture…

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