Mirjam de Bruijn on the worrying situation in Cameroon in Dit is de Nacht, NPO Radio 1, last week.
– 15 March 2017. The Executive Committee of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES) have sent a letter to the UN, the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, and to the President of the Republic of Cameroon, expressing their utmost concernRead More
– 1 February 2017. Rising tensions in Cameroon have resulted in an Internet blackout in the English-speaking regions of Northwest and Southwest. The authorities ordered the country’s telecommunication providers to shut off Internet connections in response to continuing protests and strike actions against the perceived marginalizationRead More
Last night, Mirjam de Bruijn spoke about the Internet blackout in Anglophone Cameroon in Bureau Buitenland (VPRO, in Dutch). Following increasingly violent protests and strike actions against the perceived marginalization of English and the English-speaking regions Northwest and Southwest, authorities ordered the country’s telecommunication providers to shutRead More