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MONROVIA – The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and the United Nations Development Fund (UNDP) in collaboration with the Independent National Human Rights Commission (INCHR) and the Liberia Initiative for the Promotion of Rights, Identity, Diversity and Equality (LIPRIDE) have launched a report to contribute to the reduction of violence, discrimination, inequalities and exclusion experienced by people of diverse sexual orientation and gender identity. The objective of the launch is to officially present the validated and finalized SOGIR report, including findings and recommendations on key human rights challenges experienced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people…
ABUJA, Nigeria – Judgment will on Tuesday, 10th November 2020 be delivered by a panel of three Justices of the ECOWAS Curt led by Justice Edward Amoako Asante in a suit filed by an impeached Justice of the Supreme Court of Liberia, Counsellor Kabineh Muhammad Ja’neh contesting his removal from office and replacement with a former Vice President of the ECOWAS Court.
Monrovia – The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) along with other integrity institutions have presented to President George M. Weah the resolutions of the just ended National Anti-Corruption Conference (NACC).
MONROVIA – The National Civil Society Council of Liberia is deeply worried about the growing wave of unprecedented human rights violations within the Mano River Union basin.
MONROVIA – Liberia’s Foreign Minister Honorable Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah arrived in Brussels, Belgium for a one-day working session with EU officials on November 6, 2020.
Capitol Hill, Monrovia – The University of Liberia has released the results of the 1st Entrance and Placement Exam administered to 11,432 out of total registered candidates of 12,576 undergraduate applicants. The results show that a total of 3,287 (28.75%) candidates passed regularly, while 449 (3.93%) candidates passed provisionally when the scores were tabulated.
Monrovia – The workshop on Liberia’s tourism marketing and branding brought together, for the first time, the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT), the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) and other government agencies, the Liberian embassy representatives abroad, expatriates, the private sector, and experts and stakeholders involved in the sector in and out of Liberia to explore Liberia tourism assets and the Country’s readiness for tourism.
The Stakeholders’ Consultative meetings are being organized under the framework of Liberia’s component of the Organized Crime West Africa Response to Trafficking (OCWAR-T) Project, a three-year project funded by ECOWAS and the EU and managed by the United Nations Development Fund. Monrovia – The Government of Liberia through the Liberia National Commission on Small Arms (LiNCSA) officially commenced a three-day Stakeholders’ Consultation to review and amend the Firearms and Ammunition Control Act of 2015 (FACA), its Regulations and the Act establishing the Small Arms.
MONROVIA – The management and running of the day to day operations of Orange Liberia is now in the hands of a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mr. Jean Marius Yao. The announcement of the change in leadership was made formally yesterday at a formal outdoor ceremony held at the company’s headquarters on Capital Bypass. Mr. Yao takes over from former CEO Mr. Mamadou Coulibaly who had been at the company’s helm since it entered the Liberian market five years ago. Mr. Coulibaly is being reassigned as CEO for Orange Burkina Faso.
Deddeh Shelmah and Supu Tambah, bud graft technicians, performing precision grafting in Firestone Liberia’s Nursery Department. HARBEL – Firestone Liberia, through its Voice of Firestone radio station, is shining a spotlight on the company’s many female employees.