An EU and a UN Security Council Mandated Mission laud the NCPBM in its efforts aimed at strengthening Living-Together
The first to come knocking was that from the European Union, led by MIKKO KEINANEN, Geographic Head of the Central African Department of the European External Action Service.
Usually the government carries out development projects without concerting with the population. This time around, the approach is different with the Growth and Employment Strategic paper, which has the vision of making Cameroon an Emerging Economy by 2035. The opinions, preoccupations and recommendations of Cameroonians is thus necessary for its proper implementation.
Outdoor broadcast organised by the CRTV and the NCPBM at the campus of IAI, Yaounde, on May 23, 2019.
The discussion took place at the sumptuous campus of the African Institute of Computer Science (IAI) with the stimulating participation of seven eminent speakers drawn from the academic world, civil society and the NCPBM.
The NCPBM was represented on the panel by Dr. Ngambo Fondjo Pierre Vincent and Mr Jean Marc Afesi Mbafor who raised very challenging arguments.
The President of the National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism informs the public that information circulating in the media that the Commission has proposed the banning of the use of words "Anglophone" and "Francophone" in Cameroon is false.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights praises NCPBM for what they have been doing to bring peace to the Conflict zones in Cameroon
The NCPBM was honoured on the 3rd of May, 2019 to receive Mrs. Michelle BACHELET, a long-time Human rights champion and ground-breaking Leader, having ended her second Four-year term as President of Chile in March, 2018.