In the light of its mission statement which is: “Partners, with a shared mission and vision, in a collaborative effort”
REPERID works with Volunteers, Resource Persons and Partners to:
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A society in which every human person and all peoples are entitled to participate in, contribute to, and enjoy economic, social, cultural and political development, in which all human rights and fundamental freedoms can be fully realized.
In the light of its mission statement which is: “partners, with a common mission and vision, in a collaborative effort” , REPERID works with Volunteers, Resource Persons and Partners.
– Volunteers (National and International)
– Resource Persons
– Partners (Institutional Collaborating Organizations)
The Coordinator – REPERID
Justice Mbuagbaw E.Peter
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Tel: Office (237) 33 36 30 70
Mobile (237)77 58 67 45
The Administrator – REPERID
Biame Buh Joseph
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Tel: office (237) 33 36 30 70
Mobile (237) 92 14 44 18
The Board of Directors (BoD) of REPERID
The BoD of REPERID is the supreme organ of the organization. It adopts and sets major guidelines for the organization’s vision and objectives. The BoD also approves the budget and projects as well as applications for membership and recruitment.
The BoD seats twice a year in ordinary session, in May and November. An Extraordinary BoD meeting may be convened by the Chairperson or on his directives, by the Coordinator.
Following an extraordinary General meeting that took place in November 2012, the Constitution was revised and the number of Board members was increased from 5 to 7.
The BoD is made up of 7 members: A Chair person, An Adviser, The Coordinator of REPERID (Member), The Administrator of REPERID (Secretary of the BoD) and three other members of the organization designated by the General Meeting-GM.
Members of the BoD
1. Chair person– Mr. Ngerema Clement M.
2. Adviser– Mr. Ambe Demian S.
3. Coodinator of REPERID– Mr. Mbuagbaw Peter
4. Secretary of the BoD– Mr. Buh Joseph
5. Member– Dr. Doreen MC GOUGH
6. Member– Mme Quinta Fri Kweti
7. Member– Mr. Akum Henry A.
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Posted: 10:03 pm, March 26, 2013
By Chris Mbunwe
UNESCO, in collaboration with Research Centre For Peace, Human Rights and Development – REPERID, has begun promoting Cameroon’s rich cultural values through decentralisation in councils.
In this light, a series of workshops have been programmed across the Northwest Region under the theme, “Decentralisation, the diversity of cultural expression and council policies; a new paradigm for council development strategies in Cameroon”. Presiding at the first of such seminars at Bamenda II Council, Northwest Delegate of Culture, Mrs. Ernestine Lukong Thomla, laid emphasis on the devolution of powers relating to culture found in the 2004 decentralisation laws. You can read more by clicking the link bellow
I am honoured to welcome you on board the new website of the Research Center for Peace, Human Rights and Development-REPERID.
The re-launch of our website falls in line with the reform process of the organization which is intended to sustain growth and solidify gains.
REPERID intervenes to ensure the respect and protection of human rights, fights poverty and builds a culture of peace through volunteerism using ADR. Our main tools are evidence based advocacy, conflict analysis and understanding, public talks and campaigns, the organization of workshops and seminars to build the capacities of groups, organisations and communities.
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