An international award intended for the founder of More Than Me, Katie Meyler, has been withheld after a report of widespread negligence of sexual abuse against her institution.
A day after a damning article was published alleging widespread negligence of sexual assaults by an educational charity, More Than Me, a campaign has begun to seek justice for victims.
A damning article has been published alleging widespread negligence by an educational charity, More Than Me, in protecting its students from sexual exploitation.
The U.S. government has responded to Liberia’s request for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to assist the government’s ongoing investigation of the reported missing billions of Liberian dollars.
U.N. Women, in collaboration with the Women Legislative Caucus is conducting a five-day training for lawmakers and other government officials on gender mainstreaming and gender responsive budgeting.
President George Weah has finalized the reestablishment of the Multi-Stakeholder Steering Group of the Liberia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiatives, one month after EITI suspended Liberia’s membership. EITI is the global standard for promoting open and accountable management of extractive resources.
With the ongoing nomination of candidates to contest in Montserrado’s 13th district by-election, the Coalition for Democratic Change has chosen John Weah to contest on its ticket for the district’s seat.
The House Committee on Foreign Affairs of the United States Congress has passed a resolution to support the full implementation of the recommendations made by Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Liberia, including the establishment of an extraordinary criminal tribunal. Members of the committee unanimously voted in favor of the resolution on Wednesday.