Youth activist Satta Sheriff has been selected to join a network of peace ambassadors by One Young World and the European Commission. The initiative was developed to accelerate the efforts of young leaders in preventing and countering global violent extremism, building peace, and promoting conflict resolution.
A fourth-grade student of the Soltiamon Christian School System in Monrovia has been named as the winner of the first National Kids Essay Competition.
Today, Liberia joins member states of the African Union to celebrate the African Public Service Day.
Two children found dead in the VOA Community on the Roberts field Monrovia Highway on December 3, 2015 will finally be laid to rest tomorrow despite dissatisfactions from family members over the circumstances surrounding their death.
The speaker of the National Children Representative Forum has raised concerns over the mysterious deaths of children as the presidential and legislative elections draw closer.
The leadership of the Liberia National Children Representative Forum has called for a speedy trial in the rape case involving a 16-year-old girl who was allegedly raped by Varney Jarsey, President of the Liberia National Student Union.
The first ever TED event in Monrovia will take place on Monday at the Monrovia City Hall.
A group of children’s rights activists have led a memorial march in Monrovia calling for justice in the death of Alvin Moses and Ruben Paye.