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  • PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF EX-SERVICE MEN: CARL URGES SIERRA LEONE’S MINISTER OF JUSTICE

    The degree of silence and seeming secrecy surrounding the six RSLAF and other service personnel, namely; Private Tamba Sheku 18177830, Private Momoh Kargbo 18180...

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  • Beyond Borders: Community-based Monitors Extend Services to neighbouring Communities in Bombali District

    For most women and girls in the Bombali District, northern Sierra Leone, accessing justice has been far more arduous than manually tilling acres of farm land in a...

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  • The HANCI Child Adoption Case: Unnecessary delays and ‘Technicalities’ Undermining the ends of justice?

    The long preliminary investigation (PI) into the matter of the State V. Dr. Roland Foday Kargbo, John Kapri Gbla, Henry Abu, Peter Lamin Dumbuya and Peter Brima K...

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  • WHAT DOES THE 2013 BUDGET SAY ABOUT GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT TO GENDER AND JUVENILE JUSTICE ISSUES?

    During the 2012 presidential and parliamentary general election, the President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma’s manifesto proposed to make efforts on mainstreaming gender...

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  • Examining the adjudication of insult cases and sentencing by local courts in Bo District

    The traditions of various ethnic groups in Sierra Leone expect local chiefs to settle certain disputes at the community (village) level. Complaints relating to in...

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  • THE JUDGEMENT IN The State V. Momoh Konteh.

    The trial of the case of The State V. Momoh Kemoh Konteh, one of the most publicized corruption-related cases in contemporary times in Sierra Leone, has at last c...

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  • Freetown City Council publishes Quarterly Statement Of Account: A Step forward in promoting transparent and accountable leadership?

    On June 12, Freetown City Council published its first quarterly Statement of Account for 2013. The report was read out at a community outreach meeting in Freetown...

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  • Update on Ongoing Efforts to Implement Sierra Leone’s Legal Aid Law

    In order to prevent the implementation gap that seems to have afflicted many new laws in Sierra Leone, government and civil society organizations have been workin...

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