Christian Lambang

Christian Lambang Fonye is  a 2020 fellow of the United Nations (OHCHR)Fellowship program for People of African Descent. He currently serves as one of the regional presidents of the Australian Capital territory/Southern New South Wales Activism Leadership committee of Amnesty International Australia.

He has  a multidisciplinary background in development studies with a special emphasis on Human Rights and Peace studies. He also has a solid background in Human Resource Development and Project management.

Christian holds a master’s degree in Peace, Conflict, and International Relations. He is a dynamic person with good communication skills, a passion for people, new challenges, and dedicated to the service of humanity. This has drove him to extensively work with civil society organizations in the area of human rights and sustainable development.

He has served as a Protection Officer in the National Commission on Human Rights and Freedoms in Cameroon. He is well acquainted with conflict analysis, negotiation, project evaluation, and United Nations Peace Operations.

He is currently undertaking studies in disability, community development, and counter-terrorism. As a member of the Activism Leadership Committee of Amnesty International Australia, (AIA) he works alongside other activists to lead, coordinate and develop human rights activism through varied strategies to increase human rights impact.

He was a member of the Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing Steering group of AIA, working with a team to promote and harness effective policies that enhance inclusiveness and diversity in AIA and Australia.

He is a member of the National Refugee Network of AIA which advances refugee rights through research, advocacy, and information sharing. As an ambassador of the Institute for Economics and Peace, he advocates for positive peace through a rights-based approach.

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