Listen to some of the podcasts that interview our founder and director, Sylvie Njobati, and other stakeholders in restitution. These podcasts explore the personal and professional journeys of Sylvie Njobati and others and the lessons learned from their experiences.
Sylvie Njobati, a guest on a British podcast series about Hawaii, shared her insights on Restitution in Cameroon. She explained the meaning and significance of Ngonnso. She also recounted her journey in Germany, where the Germans gained a deeper understanding of the artifact. She expressed optimism about the prospects of restitution. You can listen to the interview from 36:09 to 42:39 in this podcast.
Righting a historic wrong: How a quest to reclaim the sacred Ngonnso statue, taken from the Nso community 120 years earlier, led Vernyuy on an emotional journey to reconnect with her Cameroonian roots – and resolve a crisis of identity. Click on the link below to listen to the podcast.
Art objects that were brought to Germany during the colonial period are to be returned to Cameroon and Namibia. This is what the two African states are demanding from BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG. For further details listen to the podcast by clicking the link below.
Kulturweit-tandem invites people from African countries and Germany to explore the history of colonialism from different perspectives and to engage with our postcolonial present. On this episode of the podcast hosted by Jasmin and Martin, Sylvie Njobati (activist and founder of SHF) shares her views and experiences on the topic of restitution.
Righting a historic wrong: How a quest to reclaim a sacred statue, taken from the Nso community 120 years earlier, led Sylvie Njobati Vernyuy on an emotional journey to reconnect with her Cameroonian roots – and resolve a crisis of identity.
Join Kim Chakanetsa as she guides you through this story with Sylvie Njobati.
In so-called “punitive expeditions”, Germans took violent action against the population of Cameroon. During this time, a colonial officer brought the Ngonnso statue to Berlin, which is now in the Humboldt Forum. A Cameroonian activist – Sylvie Njobati, is fighting for her return.
Let’s listen to this extensive and informative podcast.
Sylvie Njobati has multiplied the round trips between Cameroon and Germany to campaign for the return of the Ngonnso statue of the Nso people, based in the northwest of Cameroon.Her last visit to Berlin to incite official negotiations on restitution had a positive result.The Ngonnso statue, which has been in Germany for 120 years and is currently on display at the Humboldt Forum in the city of Berlin, is soon to be returned to the Nso people in Cameroon who currently only have a replica.In this interview with DW, she explains the meaning of her commitment.
After an official return application was submitted to the state of Baden-Württemberg in August, the king of the Nso people, the Fon of Nso, visited the Stuttgart Ethnological Museum. Several objects belonging to the Linden Museum collection appear to have belonged to the Nso people. The Fon is hoping for a return as early as February next year.
Take a quick dive into the Organisation – Sysy House of Fame, her projects, challenges and achievements on this episode of “This Means Business” on Kalak FM.
Indigenous Games, Restitution, and more. Hosted by Makebe Gertrude, listen to the founder of SHF – Sylvie Njobati and staff speak.
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