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“All men are born free and equal but are found everywhere in chains”. These are the words of Jean Jack Rousseau, a French scholar and political writer with a very humble beginning and an interesting...

Once upon a time, not long ago in our history, life was “nasty and brutish” and for some “short” as well. Law was there, but it more rule by men and rule by law than rule of law. Then...

By Alagi Yorro Jallow I have always believed that high achievers among the Gambians like Mrs. Harriet Ndow are our unpaid global ambassadors. Despite the small size of the Gambia, the image our country...

It is highly concerning that the Minister of Interior Ebrima Mballow would equate protesters with ‘troublemakers’ and to go further to say that the police will use the water canon truck to pour hot...

“For freedom, we know, is a thing we have to conquer for ourselves, every day, like love; and we are always losing freedom, just as we are always losing love, because, after each victory, we think...

It is indeed very worrying that given the history and experience of the Gambia in terms of freedom of assembly that the Gambia Government could not think of anything better other than importing an armored...

It is either quid pro quo sexual harassment or very hostile environment sexual harassment. Regardless of whether the harasser considers the behaviour to be offensive or not, conduct becomes sexual harassment...

Let me say upfront that feudalism and the caste system in any form should be criminalised and abolished by law in the Gambia if we are to truly uphold the Constitution of the country as a Republic. In...

Dr By Omar Janneh What kind of witness must one be at The Gambia’s TRRC to deserve being gifted a plot of land by the Lead Counsel, Mr. Essa M. Faal? Will Mr. Sanna B. Sabally (- the apparently brave...

Mandela Taught The Power Of Forgiveness How can we ever describe the loss of Nelson Mandela to this world? It is not easy. I can think of no other person born in our life time whose living – whose...