Anglophone grievances run deep and have remained unaddressed for a long time.
Biya’s long rule has robbed Cameroon of its credibility as a stable and peaceful country.
Adolescent girls face unique challenges in times of conflict and crisis yet they are rarely consulted about how to engender peace in their communities.
Cameroon’s anglophone crisis is not simply a dispute between two feuding groups: a range of international actors have been architects of the current situation.
Many believe that it is only a return to the country’s two-state federation that will end the conflict and break the impasse.
What Cameroon needs is a properly mediated process signing all the parties to a pre-agreed agenda
Cameroon’s English speaking people suffer gross marginalisation and are treated as second-class citizens by the Francophone government.
Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis must be addressed by the president within the first hundred days.
It has been nearly three years since the Anglophone crisis began in Cameroon. The conflict has been vicious and it’s time for world leaders to act not just talk.
Cameroon is facing daunting challenges and the president and his team must mobilise the country to find solutions.