(The Hague, December 10, 2019) – The International Court of Justice (ICJ) genocide hearings will include the first response by Myanmar to allegations of atrocities against the Rohingya before an independent and impartial court, Human Rights Watch said today. A Human Rights Watch “Questions and Answers” document explains the significance […]
Banjul – Following the sinking of a vessel carrying an estimated 150 migrants off the coast of Nouadhibou, Mauritania, on Wednesday (4/12), the International Organization for Migration (IOM) is working to provide immediate assistance to 78 Gambian survivors. IOM’s team in Mauritania is focusing on helping migrants recover from shock, providing […]
By Alieu Jallow Geneva centre for security sector governance (GCAF) Friday 6th December engaged journalists on the security mandate in the new draft constitution to submit a position paper to the Constitutional review commission. DCAF is an international NGO dedicated to improving the security of the people and states they […]
By Modou Kanteh A High Court judge in Banjul on Tuesday threw out the criminal case involving Yankuba Touray a former military Junta after the court realized that proper procedure was not followed to institute the case. It could be recalled that on 26 June 2019, Yankuba Touray appeared before […]
The Media Council of the Gambia invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the position of EXECUTIVE SECRETARY.
Media Council of The Gambia Call for application Position: Executive Secretary Salary: Attractive/Negotiable Reporting to: Chairperson of the Governing Council Deadline:4:00pm on Monday June 10th, 2019 What we are looking for: A degree or extensive experience, preferably in media, journalism, law or management Must be computer literate. Skills in […]