Cameroon’s Descent Into Crisis: The Long History Of Its English-Speaking Regions’ Anger, Which Is Boiling Over Again

President Biya, 84, who has been in power for 35 years, has described Anglophone activists as “extremists” and any division of Cameroon as non-negotiable.

Make It Illegal To Be A Stay-At-Home Mom? There’s A Better Way – Give Women Freedom To Fix Poverty

In 100 countries the state forbids women from working in some professions. In 18 nations husbands can legally deny wives permission to work, including Cameroon, Chad, Comoros, DRC, Gabon, Guinea, Mauritania, Niger, and Sudan.

In Africa And Elsewhere, A Curious Case: Why Do Women’s Rights Advance More Quickly After Major Conflict?

Uganda was the first post-conflict country where this trend became evident in Africa, with Rwanda next taking it to a whole new level, achieving what Nordic countries had done over the course of 100 years.

‘It All Started Innocently…Then He Hit Me In The Face’: The Scandal Of Sexual Abuse In The Aid Sector

“During a party at my compound a senior manager grabbed me by the arms and stuck his tongue down my throat”

Kinky, Curly Hair: A Tool Of Resistance In The African Diaspora – Thank You Social Media And Music

In apartheid South Africa, the “pencil test” – inserting a pencil into hair and testing whether it would hold or fall out – was used to determine proximity to whiteness, and access to political, social and economic privileges