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Conference Working Groups

  1. Organization: The Working Group (henceforth, The Group) will be run by a sitting committee of five persons, consisting of two co-chairs, two vice-chairs and a rapporteur. Appointment to the committee of The Group is by expertise, while balancing gender and other ideological considerations. Committee members are expected to be driven by passion, the spirit of collaboration, collegiality, selflessness and mutual respect.
  2. Goal:The Group on Mediation and Negotiation aims to provide evidence-based and pragmatic policy advice that would help bring the belligerents to the negotiation table in view to finding a sustainable solution that addresses the root causes of the conflict.
  3. Responsibilities: Prior to the conference, committee members would work to identify and recruit Southern Cameroonian experts who they deem could bring significant positive contribution to the Group deliberations. However, the primary responsibility of the committee is to identify the major clusters or thematic areas under the Working Group and assign recognized experts to each cluster. During the conference, clusters or thematic groups would have the responsibility of identifying:
  • Suitable strategic short, medium and long term objectives for the thematic area.
  • Critical issues impacting the attainment of identified objectives.
  • A set of strategic initiatives to enable attainment of the said strategic objectives
  1. Deliverables/Outcome: At the end of conference deliberations, each cluster or thematic group will present a one-page summary of their identified strategic objectives, critical issues and strategic initiatives, all calibrated within the short-term, medium term and long term frameworks. The committee of the Working Group would then collate the findings of each thematic area into a unified Strategy Report (template for the report will be provided). The rapporteur of the Working Group will present the Strategy Report to the plenary session.
  1. Follow-up: Prior to its dissolution at the end of the conference, the committee would propose two or three members of the Group to form a standing committee that would follow-up post-conference resolutions and implementations.
  1. Organization: The Working Group (henceforth, The Group) will be run by a sitting committee of five persons, consisting of two co-chairs, two vice-chairs and a rapporteur. Appointment to the committee of The Group is by expertise though gender and ideological considerations would be maintained. Committee members are expected to be driven by passion, the spirit of collaboration, collegiality, selflessness and mutual respect.
  1. Goal:The Group on economic reconstruction aims to provide evidence-based and pragmatic policy advice to help rebuild a robust sustainable post-conflict Southern Cameroons economy.
  1. Responsibilities: Prior to the conference, committee members would work to identify and recruit Southern Cameroonian experts who they deem could bring significant positive contribution to the Group deliberations. However, the primary responsibility of the committee is to identify the major clusters or thematic areas under the Working Group and assign recognized experts to each cluster. During the conference, clusters or thematic groups would have the responsibility of identifying:
  • Suitable strategic short, medium and long term objectives for the thematic area.
  • Critical issues impacting the attainment of identified objectives.
  • A set of strategic initiatives to enable attainment of the said strategic objectives 
  1. Deliverables/Outcome: At the end of deliberations, each cluster or thematic group will present a one-page summary of their identified strategic objectives, critical issues and strategic initiatives, all calibrated within the short-term, medium term and long term frameworks. The committee of the Working Group would then collate the findings of each thematic area into a unified Strategy Report (template for the report will be provided). The rapporteur of the Working Group will present the Strategy Report at the plenary session.
  1. Follow-up: Prior to its dissolution at the end of the conference, the committee would propose two or three members of the Group to form a standing committee that would pursue post-conference resolutions and implementations.
  1. Organization: The Working Group (henceforth, The Group) will be run by a sitting committee of five persons, consisting of two co-chairs, two vice-chairs and a rapporteur. Appointment to the committee of The Group is by expertise, while balancing gender and other ideological considerations. Committee members are expected to be driven by passion, the spirit of collaboration, collegiality, selflessness and mutual respect.
  2. Goal:The Group on Judiciary and Constitutional Affairs aims to provide evidence-based and pragmatic policy advice that contributes to a just, equitable and constitutional democracy, following a mediated settlement of the conflict
  3. Responsibilities: Prior to the conference, committee members would work to identify and recruit Southern Cameroonian experts who they deem could bring significant positive contribution to the Group deliberations. However, the primary responsibility of the committee is to identify the major clusters or thematic areas under the Working Group and assign recognized experts to each cluster. During the conference, clusters or thematic groups would have the responsibility of identifying:
  • Suitable strategic short, medium and long term objectives for the thematic area.
  • Critical issues impacting the attainment of identified objectives.
  • A set of strategic initiatives to enable attainment of the said strategic objectives
  1. Deliverables/Outcome: At the end of conference deliberations, each cluster or thematic group will present a one-page summary of their identified strategic objectives, critical issues and strategic initiatives, all calibrated within the short-term, medium term and long term frameworks. The committee of the Working Group would then collate the findings of each thematic area into a unified Strategy Report (template for the report will be provided). The rapporteur of the Working Group will present the Strategy Report to the plenary session.
  1. Follow-up: Prior to its dissolution at the end of the conference, the committee would propose two or three members of the Group to form a standing committee that would follow-up post-conference resolutions and implementations.
  1. Organization: The Working Group (henceforth, The Group) will be run by a sitting committee of five persons, consisting of two co-chairs, two vice-chairs and a rapporteur. Appointment to the committee of The Group is by expertise, while balancing gender and other ideological considerations. Committee members are expected to be driven by passion, the spirit of collaboration, collegiality, selflessness and mutual respect.
  1. Goal:The Group on Peace and Security aims to provide evidence-based and pragmatic policy advice that contributes to frameworks for effectively engaging local communities in peace-building and post-conflict reconstruction.
  1. Responsibilities: Prior to the conference, committee members would work to identify and recruit Southern Cameroonian experts who they deem could bring significant positive contribution to the Group deliberations. However, the primary responsibility of the committee is to identify the major clusters or thematic areas under the Working Group and assign recognized experts to each cluster. During the conference, clusters or thematic groups would have the responsibility of identifying:
  • Suitable strategic short, medium and long term objectives for the thematic area.
  • Critical issues impacting the attainment of identified objectives.
  • A set of strategic initiatives to enable attainment of the said strategic objectives
  1. Deliverables/Outcome: At the end of conference deliberations, each cluster or thematic group will present a one-page summary of their identified strategic objectives, critical issues and strategic initiatives, all calibrated within the short-term, medium term and long term frameworks. The committee of the Working Group would then collate the findings of each thematic area into a unified Strategy Report (template for the report will be provided). The rapporteur of the Working Group will present the Strategy Report to the plenary session.
  1. Follow-up: Prior to its dissolution at the end of the conference, the committee would propose two or three members of the Group to form a standing committee that would follow-up post-conference resolutions and implementations.
  1. Organization: The Working Group (henceforth, The Group) will be run by a sitting committee of five persons, consisting of two co-chairs, two vice-chairs and a rapporteur. Appointment to the committee of The Group is by expertise, while balancing gender and other ideological considerations. Committee members are expected to be driven by passion, the spirit of collaboration, collegiality, selflessness and mutual respect.
  1. Goal:The Group on Education and Vocational Empowerment aims to provide evidence-based and pragmatic policy advice that supports on-going initiatives for a return to school in Southern Cameroons and contributes in rebuilding educational systems in a post-conflict Southern Cameroons.
  1. Responsibilities: Prior to the conference, committee members would work to identify and recruit Southern Cameroonian experts who they deem could bring significant positive contribution to the Group deliberations. However, the primary responsibility of the committee is to identify the major clusters or thematic areas under the Working Group and assign recognized experts to each cluster. During the conference, clusters or thematic groups would have the responsibility of identifying:
  • Suitable strategic short, medium and long term objectives for the thematic area.
  • Critical issues impacting the attainment of identified objectives.
  • A set of strategic initiatives to enable attainment of the said strategic objectives
  1. Deliverables/Outcome: At the end of conference deliberations, each cluster or thematic group will present a one-page summary of their identified strategic objectives, critical issues and strategic initiatives, all calibrated within the short-term, medium term and long term frameworks. The committee of the Working Group would then collate the findings of each thematic area into a unified Strategy Report (template for the report will be provided). The rapporteur of the Working Group will present the Strategy Report to the plenary session.
  1. Follow-up: Prior to its dissolution at the end of the conference, the committee would propose two or three members of the Group to form a standing committee that would follow-up post-conference resolutions and implementations.
  1. Organization: The Working Group (henceforth, The Group) will be run by a sitting committee of five persons, consisting of two co-chairs, two vice-chairs and a rapporteur. Appointment to the committee of The Group is by expertise, while balancing gender and other ideological considerations. Committee members are expected to be driven by passion, the spirit of collaboration, collegiality, selflessness and mutual respect.
  1. Goal:The Group on Governance aims to provide evidence-based and pragmatic policy advice that contributes to effective governance frameworks and the proper management of public resources in a post-conflict Southern Cameroons.
  1. Responsibilities: Prior to the conference, committee members would work to identify and recruit Southern Cameroonian experts who they deem could bring significant positive contribution to the Group deliberations. However, the primary responsibility of the committee is to identify the major clusters or thematic areas under the Working Group and assign recognized experts to each cluster. During the conference, clusters or thematic groups would have the responsibility of identifying:
  • Suitable strategic short, medium and long term objectives for the thematic area.
  • Critical issues impacting the attainment of identified objectives.
  • A set of strategic initiatives to enable attainment of the said strategic objectives
  1. Deliverables/Outcome: At the end of conference deliberations, each cluster or thematic group will present a one-page summary of their identified strategic objectives, critical issues and strategic initiatives, all calibrated within the short-term, medium term and long term frameworks. The committee of the Working Group would then collate the findings of each thematic area into a unified Strategy Report (template for the report will be provided). The rapporteur of the Working Group will present the Strategy Report to the plenary session.
  1. Follow-up: Prior to its dissolution at the end of the conference, the committee would propose two or three members of the Group to form a standing committee that would follow-up post-conference resolutions and implementations.
  1. Organization: The Working Group (henceforth, The Group) will be run by a sitting committee of five persons, consisting of two co-chairs, two vice-chairs and a rapporteur. Appointment to the committee of The Group is by expertise, while balancing gender and other ideological considerations. Committee members are expected to be driven by passion, the spirit of collaboration, collegiality, selflessness and mutual respect.
  1. Goal:The Group on Healthcare and Humanitarian Affairs aims to provide evidence-based and pragmatic policy advice that supports on-going humanitarian efforts and contributes in rebuilding healthcare systems in a post-conflict Southern Cameroons.
  1. Responsibilities: Prior to the conference, committee members would work to identify and recruit Southern Cameroonian experts who they deem could bring significant positive contribution to the Group deliberations. However, the primary responsibility of the committee is to identify the major clusters or thematic areas under the Working Group and assign recognized experts to each cluster. During the conference, clusters or thematic groups would have the responsibility of identifying:
  • Suitable strategic short, medium and long term objectives for the thematic area.
  • Critical issues impacting the attainment of identified objectives.
  • A set of strategic initiatives to enable attainment of the said strategic objectives
  1. Deliverables/Outcome: At the end of conference deliberations, each cluster or thematic group will present a one-page summary of their identified strategic objectives, critical issues and strategic initiatives, all calibrated within the short-term, medium term and long term frameworks. The committee of the Working Group would then collate the findings of each thematic area into a unified Strategy Report (template for the report will be provided). The rapporteur of the Working Group will present the Strategy Report to the plenary session.
  1. Follow-up: Prior to its dissolution at the end of the conference, the committee would propose two or three members of the Group to form a standing committee that would follow-up post-conference resolutions and implementations.

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