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Holder of an LL.M in Human Rights Law from the University of Aberdeen- Scotland, Stanislaus Ajong is a Chevening Scholar and an International Human Rights Lawyer with wide experience in Cameroon and Africa. Called to the Cameroon Bar in 1999, he founded and is presently Managing Partner of Security Law Firm situated in Tiko, South West Region of Cameroon. Ajong has handled a number of Communications before the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights against the Republic of Cameroon and the Federal Republic of Nigeria on behalf of the people of Southern Cameroons in their quest for the respect of the right to self-determination. A Lecturer of Human Rights and Development at graduate and undergraduate level in the Pan African Institute for Development in Africa - PAID-WA between 2010 -2013 he equally facilitated two legal clinics in Kenya on the right to Education and Employment in Africa. The author had his secondary education in the Bilingual Grammar School, Molyko -Buea before proceeding to the University of Yaounde where he obtained the First Degree in Law. The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) awarded him the highly prestigious Chevening Scholarship in 2015 leading to the Master's degree and this Publication. He was President of the Fako Lawyers Association (FAKLA) - the Umbrella organisation for Lawyers of the Cameroon Bar Association resident in Fako Division from 2010-2015. The Association partnered with other bodies during this time to fight for the respect of the rights of vulnerable persons, particularly, instituting proceedings on behalf of persons detained indefinitely awaiting trial and also for the decriminalization of journalistic offences. The Author is married and father of four (4) children.
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