PUL holds Two Day Conflict Sensitive Journalism Training
(April 5, 2018, Gbarnga)- The Press Union of Liberia has announced that it will hold aTwo Day Conflict Sensitive Journalism Training on April 6- 7, 2018 in Gbarnga, Bong County. The event will be held at the Bong Offices of the Young Men Christian Association (YMCA) as part of the continuation of Ecowas’ Emergency Response Mechanism Project titled “Support to Preventive Diplomacy and Related Actions to Ensure a Free, Fair and Peaceful Elections in Liberia".
Liberia: PUL confirms Paye-Lay-leh presence in US
(Monrovia, April 5, 2018)- President George M. Weah's continuing silence on his recent outburst against BBC Liberia correspondent Jonathan Paye-Layleh, accusing him of undercutting his (President Weah's) fight for human rights in Liberia has forced the journalist to leave Liberia.
An Open Letter to His Excellency George M. Weah, President of the Republic of Liberia
The Press Union of Liberia refers you to your comments of Thursday, March 22, 2018 during a press stakeout with visiting Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations Ms. Amina J. Mohammed in which you accused the Liberia correspondent of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Jonathan Paye-Layleh of being
African Media Professionals ask to end Hate Speech
(Monrovia, Mach 5, 2018) _ To promote ethical and professional journalism in Africa, media leaders and influences on the continent during the weekend challenged the media to take steps to address issues of hate speech in media ahead of key elections in Central and Western Africa.


Local News
(Monrovia, April 5, 2018)- President George M. Weah's continuing silence on his recent outburst against BBC Liberia correspondent Jonathan Paye-Layleh, accusing him of undercutting his (President Weah's) fight for human rights in Liberia has forced the journalist to leave Liberia.
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.
Memorial
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