Human Rights

Ruthless Liberian police and paid thugs ordered to brutalize school children for demanding the right to education

New York – This week, the Liberian government is accused of ordering the country’s ruthless police force and paid thugs,…

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Instead of addressing xenophobic attacks, President Ramaphosa sweet talks African nations

HARARE, Zimbabwe – South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has sent special envoys to several African countries over xenophobic attacks carried…

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57 Sub Sahara African migrants rescued off western Libyan coast

PARIS, France — Libyan navy spokesman Ayob Qassem on Sunday said they rescued 57 illegal migrants off the country’s western…

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161 Dead, More Than 300,000 Displaced in 2 Weeks of violence in Congo

ONTARIO, Canada – The United Nations refugee agency said Congolese are fleeing violence at a “massive scale.” More than 300,000…

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The U.S. Government offers a damning report on human and sex trafficking in Liberia

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The government of President George Weah needs to increase its efforts to prevent trafficking in persons by…

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Rising Impunity and Injustice in Liberia: Shielding Rape & Sheltering Rapists

 A Letter to the United Nations Women August 9, 2018 Ms. Marie Goreth Nizigama Country Director UN Women H and…

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Arguments Against An International Criminal Court in Liberia

Considering the many social, economic and political issues bearing down on the heels of Liberia’s President George Weah’s newly formed administration,…

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Guinean Couple Charged with Forced labor of a young Guinean girl

FORT WORTH, TX – A Guinean couple, Mohamed Toure, 57, and Denise Cros-Toure, 57, of Ft. Worth, Texas, appeared in…

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U.S. imposes financial sanctions on the former President of the Gambia Yahya Jammeh

Washington – Over the last year, various departments and agencies of the United States Government have actively collected information from…

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UN human rights expert launches official visit to assess freedom of expression in Liberia

PRESS RELEASE: The UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of expression, David Kaye, is carrying out his first official visit to…

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