• The NCPBM meets the Centre region in its crusade against hate speech and xenophobia

    The groups received on Thursday included administrative, religious and traditional authorities, as well as private media managers.



  • The NCPBM carries its campaign to roll back hate speech and xenophobia in the regions

    The team had as mission to meet the grass root population and together sort out the causes, of the upsurge of hate speech and xenophobia, then propose solutions that can help eradicate the ills.



  • The NCPBM Organises Colloquium on hate speech and Xenophobia in Cameroon

    Opening the Colloquium, the President of the Commission, H.E Peter MAFANY MUSONGE said hate speech and xenophobia are witnessing an upsurge in the Cameroonian society, mostly in the domain of digital communications. He said “These phenomena weaken National unity and integration, threaten our living together, social cohesion and stability, and stand against the emergence of sustainable peace in the country.”



  • International Labour Day Observed at the NCPBM

    This year’s Labour Day which was void of the traditional march past because of the Covid-19 pandemic was however marked by some activities at the NCPBM. In this light, the staff on May 1st converged massively on the premises of their headquarters in Yaoundé where they communed with hierarchy in the strict respect of the barrier measures in the fight against Covid-19. On the occasion, the Secretary General of the NCPBM, Dr.



  • NCPBM, s crusade against hate speech and xenophobia

    The 30th and 31st March, 2021 were very busy days for the NCPBM, as it met at the Yaoundé Conference Centre with what the President of the Commission, Peter Mafany Musonge called its frontline partners in the fight against hate speech and xenophobia.