This synthesis report brings together the findings, insights and recommendations of a number of research studies and literature reviews to provide an overview, and explore the complexities, of the gendered dimensions and historical and structural determinants of the current armed conflict in Cameroon. It outlines directions for work on mobilising men in support of a feminist peace.
Evolving Alliances: Men and Women – Access to Land, Gender Relations and Conflict in Anglophone Cameroon
Through analysis of primary and secondary sources, this paper explores the under-reported stories of how men, specifically ordinary men, chiefs and those in the legal profession, are demonstrating support for women’s land rights during conflicts in Cameroon. By Lotsmart Fonjong.
A more generous embrace: Why addressing the needs of adolescent boys and men is essential to an effective humanitarian response in Cameroon’s North West and South West. Written by Delphine Brun, GenCap Senior Gender Adviser, July 2022
This study by WILPF Cameroon explores masculinities, and how to more effectively engage men and boys in peacebuilding, particularly as men, who are usually at the forefront of armed hostilities, should be engaged in such a process to bring about better and long-lasting results.
A Review of Structural Gendered Dynamics. Tanushree Kaushal. (Available in English and French)