On November 13, USIP hosted a conversation with frontline organizations and experts from Central Africa that explored civil society’s role in confronting disinformation and discussed potential ways to promote peace and security in the region.
President, Association Jeunesse en Marche pour le Développement en Centrafrique
Regional Coordinator, Global Engagement Center, U.S. Department of State
Scientific Director, Centre for Research in Anthropology and Human Sciences
Program Officer, Central Africa and Sahel, U.S. Institute of Peace
For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/confronting-disinformation-central-africa
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