Tag Archives: Cameroon

Aiding authoritarians: undermining a conditionality approach and democratization


In this articles, Nik Emmanuel explores theories of donor self-interest and failure of political conditionality in the context of France and Cameroon under Biya. Nik is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and the Centre for Resolution of International Conflict at the University of Copenhagen.

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Eric Ohena Lembembe and the future of LGBT activism in Cameroon.


Emmanuel Freudenthal reflects upon the murder of Cameroonian LGBT activist, Eric Ohena Lembembe, and the future of LGBT activism within the country. He argues that there is a desperate need for international NGOs to partner more equitably with a wider range of grassroots activists and organisations, if tragedies like Eric’s death are to become a […]

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