Peace & Security

Highlighting the challenges of Regional Councils in the Implementation of Effective Decentralization in Cameroon

By Antem Anthony|2023-08-31T09:03:06+00:00July 18th, 2023|Categories: Peace & Security, Publications|Tags: , |

Decentralization, in itself, is understood as an advanced and structural system of public administration which obliges

Exploring Precolonial Free Trade in the Northwest Region of Cameroon

By Tazoacha Francis|2023-05-30T14:02:59+00:00May 29th, 2023|Categories: Peace & Security, Precolonial Free Trade, Publications|Tags: , |

Mankon kingdom is one of the oldest kingdoms among the grass field people of the Northwest of Cameroon. The Fon and the council of elders further said that the fondom is ruled by a Fon with rights to kinghood inherited by birth.

Examining Conflict-induced Migration within the CEMAC Zone

By Antem Anthony|2023-03-24T14:24:30+00:00March 23rd, 2023|Categories: Peace & Security, Publications|Tags: , , |

Prolonged conflicts in most countries such as Cameroon, Chad, and Central Africa Republic equally plagued by terrorist activities, violent extremist groups, inter-communal conflicts have contributed to amplify conflict-induced migration of persons across boundaries.

Education to the Reasonable Use of Social Networks

By Dr. Bertrand BEGOUMENIE|2022-11-22T11:25:54+00:00November 14th, 2022|Categories: Peace & Security, Publications|Tags: , |

School bullying and hate speech against a backdrop of identity withdrawal are not equally growing systematically. The most recent example of the trivialization of violence via social networks is that of the reaction of Cameroonian youth to about the Ivorians concerning the organization and the conduct of the 2021 AFCON.

Challenges to the Economic Empowerment of Mboy Women in the East Region of Cameroon and Implications for Community Development and Peace

By Dr. Marie Paule NEMI|2022-11-14T15:08:14+00:00November 14th, 2022|Categories: Peace & Security, Publications|Tags: , |

In many cases, women may face greater difficulties than men in setting up a local economic activity. Women are more likely to be less familiar with modern markets and have no power to influence them.

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