Is Cameroon a Police State? All About The Use of Administrative Custody

By |2021-08-26T15:48:32+00:00July 26th, 2021|Categories: Governance & Democracy Initiative, Publications|Tags: , , |

At a time when most democratic systems are implementing a legal and institutional framework favorable to the rule of law and the development of fundamental rights and freedoms, it is not without interest to question the appropriateness of maintaining administrative custody in Cameroonian positive law, especially in normal times.

Impact Of Covid-19 On The Continuum Of Care

By |2021-05-10T15:42:34+00:00March 8th, 2021|Categories: covid19, Education & Health Policy, Publications|Tags: , , |

As researchers still battle to find a vaccine, and the absence of pre-existing immunity due to the novelty of the virus, there are several reasons to foresee devastating consequences of large outbreaks of COVID-19 in Africa’s routine health care activities. Possible reasons for these expected devastating...

Cameroon Needs a Holistic Solution For The Crisis – Experts Say At Nkafu Public Dialogue

By |2021-02-05T18:29:09+00:00February 4th, 2021|Categories: actions, Reportage|Tags: , , |

The government has also carried out several measures aimed at ending the crisis. These involve Setting up an English division of the Supreme Court and creating a Common Law Section at the National School of Administration and Magistracy...

The Proliferation Of Informal Housing In Major Cities In Cameroon: Evidence, Drivers And The Way Forward

By |2021-01-22T09:18:40+00:00January 20th, 2021|Categories: Governance & Democracy Initiative, Publications|Tags: , |

The proliferation of informal settlements in Cameroon is problematic. A range of factors explain why this is becoming recurrent. Some of these factors include a deficit of housing supply, unaffordability issues, critical market factors, weak legal and institutional systems,

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