Accountability Lab Liberia has launched a COVID-19 initiative to ensure accountability and responsible governance in the country’s COVID-19 response efforts.
The Elections Coordinating Committee, a group of civil society organizations that deployed the highest number of local observers in the 2017 general elections, has launched a project to support strengthening the countryâ€™s emerging democracy through pushing for electoral reform.
Three leading civil society organizations are calling for a national conference to discuss solutions aimed at salvaging the current declining state of the economy.
With 60 percent of current lawmakers being booted out of office, one may get the idea that Liberian voters are simply punishing all lawmakers.
The Institute for Research and Democratic Development, under the Liberian Accountability and Voice Initiative Natural Resources Management project, has concluded a gathering in Ganta meant to deepen citizensâ€™ understanding of county and social development funds.
The Institute for Research and Democratic Development has released its 2016 report on the performance of lawmakers in the 53rd National Legislature.
The Institute for Research and Democratic Development has released its Legislative Report Card for 2016, once again grading Nimba Senator Prince Yormie Johnson poorly.
In March, the Institute for Research and Democratic Development released its Annual Legislative Report for 2015. The report, which assesses the performances of lawmakers, indicated that Nimbaâ€™s Senator Prince Y. Johnson performed poorly in the Senate.