Mandate a UN HRC Fact Finding Mission
Gather the facts on the ground to pave the way for peace
March 11, 2019, is the next day of planned activists around the Global Initiative to end the Cameroons Colonial Conflict (Gi3C). The International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR) is hosting an activity in Geneva, while other Gi3C coalition members are organizing sister events in New York and Johannesburg.
New York CITY,
The International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR), one of the initiators and signatories of the Gi3C petition is hosting a side event the the UN Human Rights Council (HRC)’s 40th session in Geneva, on the Ambazonia-Cameroon crisis.
Gi3C New York team will be having an Art Exhibition of some of the works of Ambazonian Artist and Activist AJANI OKPU-EGBE, along with a teach-in. Below is the Chelsea – London, version of the same exhibition by AJANI:
Details on the planned activities of the Johannesburg team coming soon!
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
+ Feb 13, 2019: “Cameroonian activists, church leaders, seek UN intervention on human rights violations in Cameroon” by POWER 98.7
New York City, United States
On February 7, 2019, representatives of human rights and peace groups spoke at three coordinated press conferences in Geneva, Johannesburg, and New York City to highlighted the released of an international petition calling on the United Nations Human Rights Council (UN HRC) to send a Fact Finding Mission to English-speaking Cameroon to gather the facts at the root of the conflict and to pave the way for a fast end to the killing.
Geneva, SWITZERLANDPress Conference, February 7, 2019
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICAPress Conference, February 7, 2019
NEW YORK CITY, USAPress Conference, February 7, 2019
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