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Workshop report

From March 9 to 10, 2023, the Center for Research in Anthropology and Human Sciences (CRASH) in collaboration with the United States Institute for Peace (USIP), organized in N'Djamena, a follow-up workshop with the media and civil society in support of citizen reflection on an inclusive transition process towards lasting peace in Chad ”.

Three oral presentations were given by Mr. ALLAH-KAUIS NENECK, Dr HOINATHY REMADJI and Dr YAMINGUE BETINBAYE, all CRASH researchers . These communications focused on the challenges of the second phase of the ongoing transition in Chad as well as on the mapping and issues of hate speech on social networks.

The workshop brought together twenty participants from N'Djamena, Batha, Guerra, Lac and Kanem, two USIP Central Africa and Sahel Program managers from the USA, as well as researchers from CRASH and the University of N'Djamena. The US Ambassador to Chad, ALEXANDER LASKARIS, also took an active part in discussions with the participants on March 10, 2023.

The objective of this workshop is to contribute to strengthening the decisive role of the media and civil society in the ongoing transition and to fight against hate messages on social networks. Thanks to the support of its partner USIP, CRASH, with the participation of the media and civil society, invites in-depth reflection to lead to citizen actions in favor of an inclusive, peaceful and truly committed transition process towards a lasting peace in Chad.

By Mrs Aline Solkem, Bachelor in Political Science


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