On Thursday, July 19th, the United Nations Correspondents Association held a press conference with Human Rights Watch to launch their newest report titled ‘These Killings Can be Stopped’ on the crisis in Cameroon’s Anglophone regions based on an April 2018 mission to the country.
(left to right in photo below)
Akshaya Kumar, Deputy UN Director, Human Rights Watch
Jonathan Pedneault, Emergencies researcher, Human Rights Watch
Mausi Segun, Executive Director of the Africa division, Human Rights Watch
See the MEDIA ADVISORY for more details.
For follow up information with the Cameroon Delegation, please contact:
Navy Captain Mvomo Joseph, Military Advisor, Permanent Mission of the Republic of Cameroon to the US firstname.lastname@example.org
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