End Brutal Violence Against Refugees

Target: Paul Biya, President of Cameroon

Goal: End the violent abuse of families seeking asylum in Cameroon.

Over 100,000 asylum seekers from Nigeria have been brutally assaulted by the soldiers of Cameroon. They’re being beaten, harassed, and forbidden from entering the nation’s refugee camp. Asylum seekers fleeing violence and conflict at home are being met with the same treatment in a nation that promised them safety.

Men, women, and children are being assaulted — verbally, physically, and sexually — by Cameroon’s soldiers. The United Nations is forbidden from offering support. Refugees are even being deported and sent back to the nation they’re fleeing.

These actions on the part of the Cameroon army are a blatant violation of human rights. Sign the petition to demand that the asylum seekers in Cameroon be protected, not assaulted, by the nation promising them safety.


Dear President Biya,

Over 100,000 asylum seekers in your nation are being brutally assaulted and attacked. They’re being beaten and denied placement in your nation’s refugee camp. After fleeing violence in their home countries, they’re being met with treatment just as brutal.

Cameroon has a duty to protect the asylum seekers coming into its borders. To abuse them is a blatant rejection of international human rights. I demand that the violence against refugees end immediately.


[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: US Dept of State

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  1. A world without compassion is a lost world.

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