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Refugees in Cameroon: A Look at a normal day experience for the Ex-CTE Workers at the Labour Office

Today, 16th February marks the 7th day after the Ex-CTE Workers blocked the main road axis between the court junction and the central prison Buea. … Read More»

Campus should focus on safety, not students’ dress

The ruling patriarchy is once more at work at the University of Buea (UB). … Read More»

Tole Tea Workers Leading the Fight for Social Justice

For the past four months, if you take a walk or drive by the Labour office in Buea, Cameroon , you are bound to see over 500 people (mostly women 40 or older), sleeping, sitting or lying outside on t … Read More»

One woman's dream: Hairdresser in Cameroon challenges status quo

Hailing from a humble background, Ms. Josephine Mbasso Ezoy has always been passionate about education. … Read More»

Where are the Women in the National Anthem: The Case of Cameroon

Like any nation on this planet, its national anthem is symbolic. A national ritual representing the values and beliefs of that nation. … Read More»

7 days to the presidential elections, over 200 people have been arrested in the city capital of southwest region in Cameroon

Over 200 people have been reported arrested and detained today, October 1st in Buea, Southwest Region of Cameroon as they gathered to mark the 50+ Independence Day of the English Cameroon. … Read More»

Gun Men dressed in Military Uniform blockade the Cameroon Major Bridge for 3 hours, in continuous shooting

Yesterday 29th September, 2011, as from 5pm – 8pm (CAT), Witnesses report a heavy military presence in Cameroon's commercial hub, Douala, after gunmen dressed in military uniform opened fire on a majo … Read More»

Writing Cameroon Women HerStory

Thomas Sankara once said “May my eyes never see, my feet never take me to the society were Half the people are held in silence”. … Read More»

Solving the Problems through Transforming the Attitudes

Being an ardent member in the civil society and also as a young scholar on gender, violence and youth development, I am often confronted with lots of difficulties in my professional and my personal li … Read More»

Turning my Dream into Reality: The Reflections of a Self-Made Journalist

It was sometimes in March 2009 when I received a group email from Janet Feldman containing a link which re-directed me to WorldPulse (PulseWire). … Read More»

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