For far too long Sierra Leoneans, especially those having nothing or little to do with active politics have suffered from the culture of political violence either between different political parties or intra-partisan.
Given its context, the
Cybercrime law seeks to protect individuals and families as they navigate online; it is a human centered crime committed in a digital environment. Researched statistics states that in the US in 2016, over 200,000 complainants
A Human Rights and dedicated activist Lawyer has strongly condemned what he described as “dangerous provisions” embedded in the proposed Cybercrime Act 2020, about to be tabled in Parliament for the second time, by the
As the Old Bo Boys Association (OBBA) gears up for their 115 anniversary celebrations over the weekend, the Bo branch of the Association has on Saturday 27th March, 2021 elected a new executive that would
Media stakeholders under the umbrella name of Media Reform Coordination Group in Sierra Leone (MRCG -SL) in partnership with Media Foundation for West Africa (MFA) based in Ghana, have held fruitful discussions geared towards safety