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Reduce Voting Age In Cameroon From 20 To 18 With NewSETA.

NewSETA's ‘Vote 18’ campaign is to ensure political franchise and electoral participation for 18years old in Cameroon.

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Why this matters

This article proffers the most lucid argument why the voting age in Cameroon should be reduced to 18. We can't fold our arms and watch…Read More

Democracy

NGO
Our ‘Vote 18’ Campaign Our ‘Vote 18’ campaign is geared towards ensuring political franchise for 18-year olds in Cameroon and encouraging their full participation in the electoral process. The minimum age for voting in Cameroon is 20. While the country has ratified international conventions that recognize the rights of youth, it is one of the…Read More
Blest Miki
Blest Miki Campaign leader

This is where I gained knowledge on the importance for the 'Vote 18' campaign and where factual reasons were been spelled out on the…Read More

The NewSETA REPAIR Series Kicks Off.

Star E Blog
The NewSETA REPAIR Series Kicks Off. The Rebuilding Peace through Actions with Inclusive Reach (REPAIR) Series organized by Network for Solidarity, Empowerment and Transformation for All (NewSETA) and funded by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) was declared open at 11.05 AM today October 21, 2015 by the Representative of the Minister of…Read More
Blest Miki
Blest Miki Campaign leader

The publication of the #Vote18 campaign on World Pulse's Global Issues is a big step towards gathering the crowd behind us for our campaign…Read More

CAMEROON: Lower the Voting Age, Make Youth Voices Count

World Pulse
By Emilia Epeti Miki In my country, you can get married at age 15, go to war at age 18. But you cannot vote until age 20. On Election Day in Cameroon, people have the day off of work. They line up at polling stations across the country to drop their ballots into the ballot box. Like many young people in my country, I always stayed home. In…Read More

This article proffers the most lucid argument why the voting age in Cameroon should be reduced to 18. We can't fold our arms and watch…Read More

Democracy

NGO
Our ‘Vote 18’ Campaign Our ‘Vote 18’ campaign is geared towards ensuring political franchise for 18-year olds in Cameroon and encouraging their full participation in the electoral process. The minimum age for voting in Cameroon is 20. While the country has ratified international conventions that recognize the rights of youth, it is one of the…Read More