A network of local and international NGOs staged a major candlelight vigil on Monday, Nov. 25 in Monrovia in memory of victims of sexual and gender-based violence, or SGBV.
The #WeAreUnprotected movement against sexual and gender-based violence ended a one-day session to reflect on the impact of gender advocacy campaigns in 2018.
A damning article has been published alleging widespread negligence by an educational charity, More Than Me, in protecting its students from sexual exploitation.
May 17 marks the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, and members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Liberia are using the opportunity to draw attention to how discrimination impedes their access to healthcare.
Tulay-Solanke was presented the award at a ceremony recently held on November 10 in Orvieto, Italy before the assembly of more than 60 international participants attending the Harvard Global Mental Health: Trauma and Recovery course, sponsored by Harvard Medical School.
Women representing different organizations in Liberia continue to register their displeasure with the recent amendment to the rape law by the Senate.
Ahead of the end of the first year of its Partnership Schools for Liberia, the Ministry of Education has announced the final allocations of schools for the second year of the program, also known as PSL.
On Friday, June16, the Press Union of Liberia presented five awards during its annual award dinner for reports published in The Bush Chicken.