18, September 2017
A symposium on the Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon has been organised for all Cameroonians to attend regardless of their persuasion. Whether you are Anglophone or Francophone, come along and let’s debate the issues.
This is a joint initiative of WCA and WCMC UK to explore lasting solutions to the recurrent Anglophone problem.
Date of Symposium: 30th September 2017, Start time 11am prompt.
Location: The Hilton Hotel, Paradise Way, Walsgrave Triangle, Coventry CV2 2ST.
Questions from delegates will be address to our distinguished panel of speakers consisting of:
*1. Edith Kahbang Walla (Kah Walla) 2. Prof. Jean Emanuel Pondi 3. Barrister Ben Muna 4. Mola Njoh Litumbe 5. Prof. Nelson Enonchong – (as moderator) 6. Hon Jean Mitchel Nintcheu – MP for Doula and Wouri central*.
Other potential Independent guests who have been approached are:
- Representative from Commonwealth Secretariat • Representative from Ghanaian High Commission • Representative from Nigeria High Commission • MP for Coventry North East, Colleen Fletcher, MP. • Representative from the Community Secretary, Sajjid Javid’s office .
We have engaged a market research company to conduct a survey of the views of delegates on which option they are for, prior to the symposium and again take their views after they listen to all the panellists in order to measure opinion of a cross section of the UK Cameroonian Diaspora.
Tickets will be priced at £40 which will,
include dinner and alcoholic beverages at the end of the symposium and an opportunity to network with the panellists and some of the distinguished guests who will be attending.
This is a significant and inclusive gathering of Cameroonians in the UK to debate the issues facing Anglophones specifically. The organisers are looking to engage all parties and steer a better way forward with input from all attendees.
For tickets to book your place please call – Judith +44 7916 276295, Frank +447429880730 or Phil +44 7975981048
You can also purchase tickets online using:
Please note that tickets will be available on a first come first serve basis as the places are limited.
We would be most grateful to have you at the Symposium.
Organisers and sponsors:
*West Cameroon Association (WCA):* Is a Think Tank and a collective of English-speaking Cameroonians based in Cameroon and the Diaspora.
*West Cameroon Movement For Change (WCMC):* Is a Coalition of West Cameroonians worldwide who are campaigning for the restoration of the dignity of the people of West Cameroon.