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Stop the deportation of Charles Atangana

30 July 2010
The Home Office plans to deport Charles Atangana, a member of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ), to Cameroon on Monday.

Protest grows to stop playwright Lydia Besong’s deportation

15 December 2009
The campaign to release human rights activist and playwright Lydia Besong, currently in Yarslwood detention centre where she faces deportation to Cameroon, received a boost last week when 100 supporters rallied in Manchester.

Stop the deportations of Lydia Besong and Bernard Batey

24 November 2009
Asylum seekers Lydia Besong and Bernard Batey are being deported to Cameroon – the country they fled from after being tortured.

Anger over price rises in Cameroon spills over into political demands

25 March 2008
Anti-government anger is simmering across the West African state of Cameroon. The removal of government subsidies on basic prices sparked a series of strikes and riots last month.

Defend Guy Njike

26 February 2008
University of London students and alumni gathered at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies on Thursday of last week to protest against the decision to deport London graduate Guy Njike to Cameroon where he could face torture.

Outcry stops exploitation of women in Cameroon drug trials by Gilead

05 March 2005
HAVE YOU read The Constant Gardener by John Le Carré? It is about the human suffering caused by a Western pharmaceutical company which uses Africans as guinea pigs for drug testing. In Cameroon, West Africa, that fiction is terribly alive.

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