Journal of Law and Conflict Resolution
This paper assesses what progress there is in Cameroon regarding women’s statuses. Based on a qualitative strategy, the paper examines laws that are in place to address women’s plight in the country. The paper argues that while progress is being made on some levels, the status quo, that is, female marginalization is still entrenched in other facets. The paper advances recommendations for creating an egalitarian society.
Original Publication Citation
Time, V. M. (2014). Women, law, and human rights in Cameroon: Progress or status quo? Journal of Law and Conflict Resolution, 6(1), 1-6. doi:10.5897/JLCR2013.0161
Time, Victoria M., "Women, Law, and Human Rights in Cameroon: Progress or Status Quo?" (2014). Sociology & Criminal Justice Faculty Publications. 21.