Why Organize an International Conference on the Conflict in Southern Cameroons?
Since the outbreak of conflict in Cameroon prominent leaders such as His Eminence Christian Cardinal Tumi and His Lordship Justice Ayah Paul Abine have called for a conference to bring together Anglophone Southern Cameroonians and establish a dominant position. The Government of Cameroon has unfortunately prevented the holding of the Anglophone General Conference. As the conflict escalates, it is clear that such a conference uniting Anglophone Southern Cameroonians cannot take place in Cameroon thus the need to have a conference abroad in a partner country. This proposed International Conference, it is hoped, could be held between March and April 2020.
Who are Anglophone Southern Cameroonians?
Anglophones (as the International Community tends to refer to them) are Southern Cameroonians or descendants of Southern Cameroonians. They are citizens and descendants of citizens of the Southern Cameroons before its independence and reunification with La Republic du Cameroon on 1st October 1961.
We want to hear from Anglophone Southern Cameroonians. Give us your opinion on where this International Conference should be held, what should be the agenda and who should participate
Major Stakeholder Groups
Declaration on Outcome of Consultative Process
Broad Support for The Conference
Strong support from Southern Cameroonians and the international community