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Rule of Law Jingle Featuring Julie Endee | Download

"Rule of Law" Radio Show

Rule of Law radio show is an hour-long call in show that encourages Liberians to engage with key issues surrounding the promotion of the rule of law in Liberia. Each episode explores new themes with notable expert panelists introducing concerns and answering questions.

County Attorneys and the Role of the Prosecution
Guests: John Hummel, project manager for the Carter Center's Access to Justice Program in Liberia; Frank Oberly, country attorney, Margibi | Download

The Importance of the Rule of Law in Post-War Liberia
Guests: Lemuel Reeves, senior legal associate for the Carter Center's Access to Justice project in Liberia; John Hummel project manager for the Carter Center's Access to Justice Program in Liberia | Download

The Liberian National Police and the Judiciary
Guests: Tiawan Gongloe, solicitor general, Republic of Liberia; Commissioner Stephen G. Zargo, assistant director of the Liberian National Police, CID, CIU and Interpol | Download

The Role of UNMIL in Promoting the Rule of Law
Guest: Henrietta Mensah-Bonsu, deputy special representative of the secretary-general, UNMIL | Download

The Role of the Liberian National Police in Promoting the Rule of Law
Guest: Chief Superintendent Lewis Norman, deputy chief of press and public affairs, Liberian National Police | Download

"County Attorney Half-Hour" Radio Show

County Attorney Half-Hour showcases the ongoing work of County Attorneys – Liberia's rural State Prosecutors. In a country where trust and understanding of formal justice mechanisms is weak, the program allows ordinary people to learn about the prosecutors every day activities. In doing so, the program challenges popular misconceptions of formal justice and fosters inclusiveness.

April 7, 2009: Charles Gono, county attorney, Grand Cape Mount County; Augustine Fayiah, assistant minister for litigation, Ministry of Justice | Download

March 31, 2009: With Hector W. Quoigoah, county attorney, Nimba County; Onesimus Banwon, county attorney, River Cess County | Download

March 24, 2009: With Juma P. Karnley, county attorney, Bomi County | Download

March 17, 2009: With Serena Garlowolu, county attorney, Bong County; John A. A. Gabriel, county attorney, Sinoe County | Download

March 10, 2009: With Adolphus Karnuah II, county attorney, Grand Gedeh County; Stephen P. KerWillain, county attorney, Gbarpolu County | Download

March 3, 2009: With Luther Sumo, county attorney, Lofa County; Onesimus Banwon, county attorney, River Cess County | Download

"Access to Justice" Radio Show

Access to justice is an educative call-in show that seeks to improve the rule of law in Liberia by increasing legal literacy. Each show features notable decision makers in the Liberian Justice Sector who initiate discussions and take direct questions from the public.

Mediation: What is it? Why is it important in resolving conflict?
Guest: Senior Program Manager Lori Cooper, American Bar Association | Download

How are cases transferred from Circuit Courts to the Supreme Court?
Guest: Tiawan Gongloe, solicitor general, Republic of Liberia | Download

Is Justice Accessible and Affordable in Liberia? (Part 1) | Download

Is Justice Accessible and Affordable in Liberia? (Part 2)
Guest: Tiawan Gongloe, solicitor general, Republic of Liberia | Download

The Rule of Law: What is it and how can we achieve it?
Guest: Micah Wilkins Wright, president of the National Bar Association of Liberia | Download

Are Courts Capable of Settling Land Disputes? (Part 1)
Guest: Tiawan Gongloe, solicitor general, Republic of Liberia | Download

Are Courts Capable of Settling Land Disputes? (Part 2)
Guest: Tiawan Gongloe, solicitor general, Republic of Liberia | Download

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