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Peace Begins with the Truth

December 21, 2016 |

  An interview with Kode Wario, Una Hakika Community Ambassador   In terms of the recent expansion of Una Hakika into Lamu, how will the program be beneficial to the community? In its expansion to the Lamu community Una Hakika shall will be a great benefit. In my findings through the few months that I…

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Una Hakika Named In Top 100 Most Inspiring Social Innovations of 2016

December 14, 2016 |

Nominet Trust, the UK’s leading tech for good funder, has named the Sentinel Project’s Una Hakika? initiative in the 2016 NT100 – a global celebration of this year’s 100 most inspiring social innovations using digital technology to drive social change around the world. NT100 plays a valuable role each year in inspiring those with the influence and resources…

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Myanmar’s State of (Mis)Information

November 17, 2016 |

The Sentinel Project recently completed a study of information and misinformation in the Mandalay region of Myanmar as part of setting up our Peaceful Truth project. This project grew out of our successful Una Hakika initiative in Kenya, which has demonstrated the value of engaging communities to help monitor and counter harmful rumours and misinformation…

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Una Hakika Named as Finalist in Prestigious Fuller Challenge

August 24, 2016 |

The Buckminster Fuller Institute has named The Sentinel Project’s Una Hakika initiative as one of its finalists in the 2016 Fuller Challenge. Now in its 9th cycle, the Fuller Challenge remains the only prize program specifically working to identify, catalyze, and celebrate projects that employ a whole systems approach to problem solving. Recognized as “socially…

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The Sentinel Project Testifies to Parliamentarians on Assisting Vulnerable Peoples

July 22, 2016 |

On Wednesday morning the Sentinel Project, represented by Director of Operations Drew Boyd, provided expert testimony to the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration on how Canada can assist vulnerable minorities threatened by mass atrocities. Last month, Minister of Foreign Affairs Stéphane Dion officially declared that the atrocities committed against the Yazidi people by the Islamic…

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Una Hakika Selected as Semi-finalist For the 2016 Fuller Challenge

July 12, 2016 |

The Sentinel Project’s Una Hakika initiative has been announced as a 2016 Semi-Finalist in the Fuller Challenge, a prestigious annual competition named “Socially-Responsible Design’s Highest Award”. Each year, The Buckminster Fuller Institute invites scientists, designers, architects, activists, entrepreneurs, artists and planners from all over the world to submit their innovative solutions to some of humanity’s most…

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Report: Una Hakika Phase 1 Results

December 21, 2015 |

After two years of operating the Una Hakika information service, we are ready share our research findings is the “Una Hakika: Mapping and Countering the Flow of Misinformation in Kenya’s Tana Delta” released today. When our team first visited this part of Kenya that was deeply impacted by interethnic massacres in late 2012 and early…

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Securing the Delta: An Analysis of Rumour Propagation in Tana Delta

December 1, 2015 |

Numerous explanations have been proposed for the spread of misinformation in the world. The most common of these rumours are inaccurate or incomplete information or for vested interest. Kenya’s Tana Delta is a region rife with rumours and in the past two years Una Hakika has been mapping and countering misinformation that contributes to violence…

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Burundi: The Tipping Point

November 23, 2015 |

There is a crisis in Burundi and not enough is being done to stop it. The ongoing violence in has finally started to attract a lot of international attention in recent days with some observers comparing it to neighbouring Rwanda before the genocide [1], while United Nations officials have stated that the organization – and…

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Violence Prevention From the Ground Up

September 30, 2015 |

  An interview with Drew Boyd, Director of Operations at the Sentinel Project How has Una Hakika worked with authorities to prevent the spread of rumours that may lead to violence? Drew: Una Hakika set out from the very beginning to plug into as many different and varied groups as possible and local authorities were…

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