Two new envoys have on November 28th presented their letters of credence to His Excellency President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma at the Credentials Hall, State House, Freetown. Receiving the Egyptian [Read more]
YAD Ends Symposium on the “Causes of and Solutions to Ethnic Based Politics, Religious and Cultural Discriminations” in Sierra Leone.
As a component of the Youth Sensitization Campaign against Ethnic Voting, Religious and Cultural Discriminations project which is being implemented by Youth in Action for Development, a Sierra Leonean youth [Read more]
YAD Organizes Symposum on Ethnic Based Politics, Religious and Cultural Discriminations in Sierra Leone
Invitation to Symposium “Ethnic Based Politics, Religious and Cultural Discriminations” The Board and Management of Youth in Action for Development (YAD) wish to cordially request your participation in a symposium [Read more]
When JF Kennedy said “and those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future”- JFK was certainly referring to those who bury their heads [Read more]
In all of my work with young people, this is one question I have found most outstanding and thought provoking. It came from a teenage girl who is a student [Read more]
On Wednesday, Jonathan Leigh and Bai Bai Sesay, both editors at the Independent Observer newspaper, were charged with criminal defamation for publishing an article critical of the Sierra Leonean President, Ernest Bai [Read more]