Cestor, Rivercess – The Institute for Research and Democratic Development ( IREDD ) said promoting access to justice for women in Liberia would help curtail violence against them and others unfair treatments they are faced with. This is why, we are providing these legal guardians and teaching you about rights and way to access justice,” Mr. Johnson said. He said women can access justice through court proceeding, but noted that justice itself must be based on facts or the truth. “Best practice requires the fact that equal access to justice is a fundamental right. These challenges, according to him, continue to pose challenges for women at all levels, which has eluded the principle of equal justice for all.
Source: Front Page Africa February 11, 2019 19:18 UTC