Gambia: Yahya Jammeh's Supporters Assault Journalists
Two journalists from the state broadcaster, Gambia Radio-Television Service (GRTS), have been assaulted by security guards and supporters of Yahya Jammeh's APRC, the main… Read more »
Gambia: Major Boost for Digital Rights in the Gambia
The enjoyment of digital rights has received a major boost in The Gambia with a ruling by the country's Supreme Court declaring as unconstitutional the law on False Publication on… Read more »
Gambia: Detention of President Barrow Critic Ceesay Slammed
The Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) has learnt with shock the arrest and detention of Dr Ismaila Ceesay, a political science lecturer of the University of The Gambia. Read more »
Gambia: Fighting Impunity - MFWA Facilitates Meeting Between Gambian Government and Families of Victims
As part of efforts to seek justice for victims of abuse under the Jammeh administration, the MFWA and the Gambia Press Union are facilitating the process of engagements between the… Read more »
Gambia: New Govt Acts on Persecuted Journalists
In what is a major breakthrough in the long fight against impunity in The Gambia, two senior government officials have revealed that the Gambian government has decided to comply… Read more »
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