About Dr Steve TAMETONG

Steve TAMETONG is a Senior Analyst, Deputy Director of Democracy and Governance Division at the Nkafu Policy Institute of the Denis & Lenora Foundation. He holds a Ph.D. in Public Law from Dschang University. He also holds a Ph.D. in Governance and Regional Integration from the Institute of Governance, Humanities and Social Sciences of the Pan-African University (African Union).

The Russian-Ukrainian War: An Opportunity to Strengthen the AfCFTA

By Dr Steve TAMETONG and Vanessa Aboudi|2023-02-02T08:57:49+00:00February 2nd, 2023|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications|Tags: , , |

The outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict makes it possible to question the economic resilience of African States, that is to say, their “capacity [ to] keep output close to [their] potential despite a shock ” (2).

The Fight Against Corruption and Related Acts in NDS30 in Cameroon

By Dr Steve TAMETONG|2022-11-24T16:03:14+00:00November 24th, 2022|Categories: Governance & Democracy Initiative|Tags: , , |

The state of corruption remains alarming in Cameroon despite an improved score of two points in the 2021 ranking of the Corruption Perceptions Index published by the NGO Transparency International.

Virtual Space Regulation: Tested by ‘Cyber-Obscenity’ in Cameroon

By Dr Steve TAMETONG and Pierre Yvan Belinga Meka|2022-11-11T15:30:41+00:00November 11th, 2022|Categories: Governance & Democracy Initiative, Publications|Tags: , |

Cyber-obscenity as a deviant digital practice emerges in a virtual space marked by the indocility of internet users convinced, for some, that this space is a place without rules where the most obscene sequences can be expressed.

Digitalization and Performance of Public Administrations in Cameroon

By Dr Steve TAMETONG and Pierre Yvan Belinga Meka|2022-11-09T12:53:53+00:00November 9th, 2022|Categories: Governance & Democracy Initiative, Publications|Tags: , |

The digitalization dynamic is encountering challenges that hamper the performance of public administrations. Beyond the resistance to this reform of public administrations by some public officials (18), the structural challenges deserve particular attention.

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