Cameroon: Opinion – Why the African Union Must Not Ignore Cameroon

When the 33rd African Union Summit begins on Sunday, the conflict in Cameroon’s Anglophone regions should be on the agenda. Yet the violence is unlikely to be seriously discussed by African leaders.

If the African Union (AU) is to live up to its founding charter’s high ideals, its members must confront the human rights abuses occurring in Cameroon, rather than sweeping them under the carpet.

Cameroon’s historically English-speaking Northwest and Southwest regions are home to 20% of the country’s…

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