Traditions of Women's Social Protest Movements and Collective Mobilisation: Lessons from Aghem and Kedjom Women

Charles Fonchingong, Emmanuel Yenshu, Maurice Ufon Beseng

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Abstract

The present paper attempts to examine some recent resistance movements that derive from colonial and post-colonial developments in the North West Province of Cameroon.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCivil Society and the Search for Development Alternatives in Cameroon
Place of PublicationDakar, Senegal
PublisherAfrican Books Collective
Pages125-141
Number of pages13
ISBN (Electronic) 9782869783911
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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    Fonchingong, C., Yenshu, E., & Beseng, M. U. (2009). Traditions of Women's Social Protest Movements and Collective Mobilisation: Lessons from Aghem and Kedjom Women. In Civil Society and the Search for Development Alternatives in Cameroon (pp. 125-141). [6] Dakar, Senegal: African Books Collective.