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Letter to UN Women

Rising Impunity and Injustice in Liberia: Shielding Rape and Sheltering Rapists – Letter To United Nations Women (UNW) By Martin K. N. Kollie, Youth Activist martinkerkula1989@yahoo.com                                                    August 9, 2018Ms. Marie Goreth Nizigama, Country Director, UN Women, H and G

INDEPENDENT NATIONAL COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS (INCHR)

Executive Summary The Independent National Commission on Human Rights (INCHR) is one of the outcomes of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) that bought permanent closure to the 14-year civil conflict of Liberia in 2003. The   Commission was formally established by

Government Must Take Cue from Prof. Kaydor’s Recommendations

Editorial We commend Professor Tom Kaydor for his strong views about democratic governance. According to Prof. Kaydor, ‘this government should not, cannot and must not blame former President Sirleaf or her government or past regimes for the economic maladies that

Factoring Elements Undermining Liberia’s Economic Growth and Performance

By: Alex Cuffy Liberia’s economy is in free fall and if stringent measures are not implemented and/or enforced, Liberians may be heading for serious economic consequences. The poor performance of the economy over the past years has been due to

The New Era of China-Liberia Relations: A Story of Friendship and win-win Cooperation

By: Josephus Moses Gray Email: graymoses@yahoo.com/ Mobile: 0880330299  Being wary of zero sum game and protectionism in the international balance of power, those at the helm of power in the country need to acutely reflects on a parable which says

BRUCEIN H. M. MYERS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL GRADUATES LIBERIAN KIDS

Dweh Wilson writes Many Liberian Children were seen on Sunday, July 8, 2018 jubilating during the program making the second closing and Thanksgiving Service of the BRUCE H. M. MYERS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL located in Wood Camp on Goba-Chop Road opposite

President Weah’s Sincerity Questioned…

By Brutus Carter A Professor of Politics and Government at the IBB Graduate School of International Affairs, Hon. Thomas Kaydor, has welcomed President Weah’s call for all Liberians to join him build Liberia, but has questioned the sincerity of the

Don’t Blame Past Regimes

By Brutus Carter Amidst the economic hardship and distress in the country, Liberians are wondering what would happen when schools are opened by September 2018. A political analyst put it succinctly when he avowed that the CDC government must take

Pres Weah Mandates MPW To Pave All Feeder Roads In Monrovia

By Paul Kanneh President George Weah has mandated Public Works Minister to ensure that all feeder roads in Monrovia are paved.   The Liberian leader spoke Saturday July 28, 2018 when he broke ground for the expansion and rehabilitation of

THANK GOD FOR LIBERIA @ 171 YEARS

By Peter Quaqua Mr. President and Fellow Citizens, I can very much feel the tension in the air, understandably in the face of the economic crisis and growing political concerns. The greatest responsibility to cool such tension is on the