Location: 9th Floor Convening Space at 500 1st
Date: June 9, 2022

The protracted governance and human rights crisis in Cameroon has led to concerning trends of extrajudicial killings and violence committed by security forces and armed groups, arbitrary deprivation of liberty, and unlawful restrictions of freedom of assembly and expression, among other human rights violations. Join 2022 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Laureates Maximilienne C. Ngo Mbe and Felix Agbor Nkongho (Balla) for a conversation on the human rights situation in Cameroon and the broader Central African region, and how leaders within the international community can take proactive steps to alleviate the crisis and push for accountability.