How Listening and Talking Helps Liberians Move On from War
Liberia's civil war began 20 years ago last month, but for many the trauma lingers. In a country with no registered psychiatrist, a sociotherapy initiative aims to help thousands of survivors come together to heal the psychological impacts of the conflict, writes Lucinda Rouse for The New Humanitarian.
The New Humanitarian, 3 May 2019
Liberia's civil war began 20 years ago last month, but for many the trauma lingers. In a country with no registered psychiatrist, a sociotherapy initiative aims to help thousands… Read more »
Traders in Monrovia's largest market district of Waterside on the morning the quarantine was lifted off West Point that's nearby.
Liberia: One Woman, Many Inequality Issues
Observer, 8 March 2019
The challenges of life and war of inequalities are the increasing battle of a girl child. We live in a world that is rapidly growing in increased crime rate and vulnerabilities.… Read more »
Observer, 21 May 2018
Against growing public chorus for the establishment of a War Crimes Court in Liberia, a number of prominent Liberians and institutions including the Catholic Bishops Conference and… Read more »
The trial of Alieu Kosiah will be the first before Switzerland's Federal Criminal Court under an indictment related to international criminal law. Kosiah was arrested while living ... Read more »