PUL Release Media Atlert Report
(Monrovia, November 26, 2017)-The Press Union of Liberia has set Monday, November 27, 2017 for the release of its first Media Alert Report. The Media Alert Program gathers information relating to threats and attacks on journalists and other actors on account of speech or related journalistic activities.
Monrovia, November 22, 2017)- The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) has distanced
(Monrovia, November 22, 2017) - The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) has distanced itself from a statement attributed to its Vice President, Mr. Octavian Williams.
JOINT COMMUNIQUE' ON POLITICAL PARTIES AND MEDIA SYMPOSIUM ON SAFETY & DEPORTMENT OF JOURNALISTS DURING AND AFTER THE 2017 LIBERIAN ELECTIONS
Ongoing Presidential and Legislative Elections in Liberia are an important action in cementing the consolidation of peace as well as democratizing the West African region. As part of this democratization process, the Press Union of Liberia is ensuring the protection of free expression, journalists and media workers’ safety during
The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) with support from UNESCO held one day symposium at the Monrovia YMCA on Crown Hill, Broad Street that brought together Media owners, Journalists and Official of Political Parties. The event was held on October 31, 2017, as part of the ongoing project of UNESCO’S International Programme for


Local News
The Press Union of Liberia, in collaboration with Internews, with support from United States Agency for International Development (USAID) ended Legislative Debate in five counties of Liberia’s fifteen regions before the October 10, 2017 Polls. The debates were part of the Liberia Media Development program. The PUL,along with her partner Internews ended the Legislative Debate in five counties; Montserrado, Bomi, Cape, Lofa and
County News
At the Leprosy Rehabilitation Center in Suakoko, Bong County, which has one of the worsening conditions of life in the country, 65 inmates are finding it hard to make ends meet. The clattering atmosphere in this central Liberian region had offered hopes for dozens of people afflicted with contagious skin diseases that cause serious and permanent damage to the body, including loss of finger and nose after they were taken away from their families.
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