By Peterkins Manyong, The Post Newspaper The Centre for Human Rights and Peace Advocacy, CHRAPA, has said at a press conference in Bamenda that human…View More Human Rights Groups To Prosecute Child Traffickers
Introduction From October 2016 till now the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon have experienced an unprecedented strike of Anglophone lawyers and teachers.…View More Human rights situation observed during the Cameroon Common Lawyers and teachers strike in the Anglophone regions.
Gwain Colbert, Staff Writer, Dignity Television A Juvenile Justice Reform program which will lay emphasis on alternatives to detention, humane incarceration, and reintegration of…View More Innovating Juvenile Justice Program Launched in Bamenda
By Nestor Njodzefe The Executive Director of the Centre for Human Rights and Peace Advocacy, CHRAPA, Joseph Chongsi Ayeah, has called on journalists to take…View More Journalists Urged To Report On Human Rights
To march words with actions, the centre for Human Rights and Peace Advocacy (CHRAPA) recently organised a training workshop with judicial officers including magistrates, lawyers…View More CHRAPA trains judicial officers including magistrates, lawyers and judicial police officers to enhance their skills and to share knowledge on how to identify, investigate and prosecute cases of child sex trafficking.
By Peterkins Manyong A housewife who claims she is resident in Mbantum, West Region, was June 18, detained by the Bamenda Judicial Police for child…View More CHRAPA Intervenes as Housewife Detained For Child Trafficking