Events

Nov
01

Interactive Workshop for Cultural Actors

4th March 2006 - Review  1. Mr. Mbuagbaw E. Peter, Coordinator REPERID, welcomes guests and invites agreement to the schedule. 2. A presentation by Benjamin Brown, 'An introduction to Volunteerism'. Why volunteer? Who Volunteers? How to volunteer? Benefits of Volunteering? A thorough discussion and interaction took place in order to identify what volunteering is, who volunteers and how? All participants recognised that volunteering was intended to help others and that anyone can volunteeer. Questions were raised in order to facilitate 'how' to volunteer. (Presentation paper attached)
Nov
01

REPERID Prepares Ground for PAJ Programme

Staff members of the Research Centre For Peace Human Rights and Development- REPERID has been burning the midnight candle to ensure that the launch of the PAJ( Pragramme d’Appui au sectueur de la Justice) in the different four divisions of the  North West region go on smoothly. Prior to the launch, several meetings have been held to this effect. In one of the meeting that took place on the 29 of October the coordinator of REPERID Justice Mbuagbaw Peter called on all to be available for the success of the execution of the PAJ programme. He called on staff members not to sleep on their laurels as the programme needs the ideas and input of all. He used the opportunity thanked the donors, European Union and promised that the projects will be properly executed. The following day 30 October saw the Administrator of REPERID Buh Joseph calling on staff members to work as a team. The meeting that was aimed at preparing for a press briefing on November 1st also gave the opportunities for staff members to be clarified on certain issues as far as the project is concerned. During the meeting members were assigned different task and the work schedule and activities. They were reminded that the activities of PAJ programme will be as follows
Feb
05

TWO DAYS SEMINAR TO ENHANCE THE CAPACITIES OF COUNCILS

Rationale: To cause municipal authorities to understand the new legal framework on culturewhich is essential in bringing Councils into the focus of contemporary opportunities that cultural expressions and diversity offer, to close their institutional capacity gaps and enable them build a database of Cultural Actors within their municipalities.Although culture is at the base of the identity, expression and development of a people, Councils in Cameroon seldom include culture in their development policies. Councils do not have a data base of number and different types of cultural actors, sites and threatened tangible and intangible heritage in the Council area.
Feb
19

SENSITISATION AND EDUCATION

PAST EVENT Sensitisation and education will run through all phases of the project. It is intended to provoke a general sense of awareness and consciousness in the population in general and, Bring to the knowledge of the population, the place and value of culture in the identity of a people and in the development of a community, society or country. The Table below outlines participants for Advocacy meetings