Our Program Coordinator Noutcha Prudence is selected as a Cameroon Human rights Fellow

Positive youth development is providing a space and resources for young people to build skills, and necessary competences for free and full participation in society. The Community Centre for Integrated Development organizes the Cameroon Human Rights Fellowship to provide practitioners, scholars, advocates and students with the opportunity to conduct research and share knowledge in the field of human rights. During the course of the fellowship, participants are expected to make a valuable contribution to Human Rights and help young leaders and students to seek out human rights focused careers. Fellows benefit from mentorship and coaching and  learn how to design and implement grassroots advocacy campaigns on behalf of the indigenous people, promote civil, political rights, economic, social and cultural rights and benefit from a  seed grant to advance their ventures.

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