Immediate Release

LEGAL/SoSNoL Celebrate World International Peace Day with Tarr Town Local Community Structure.

On Thursday September 21, 2022, Monrovia, Liberia, in observance of the International Day of Peace with a global theme: End Racism and Build Peace & a local Theme: Breath Peace and Acceptance. LEGAL Inc. and Solidarity Sisters Network of Liberia (SoSNoL), as a Feminist  Human Rights and Democratic Based Organizations wish to call on the government of Liberia, the religious community, the traditional community, community leaders, community dwellers, stakeholders, policy makers, partners and Foreign Missions in Liberia, to join the advocacy  in advancing human rights advocacy, safe environment, inclusion in political participation and equality under the rule of law in decision thus; creating an inclusive and protective environment  for Gender Minorities in Liberia for social change.

According to the Executive Director LEGAL Association of Liberia Inc. and CEO of SoSNoL, Jennifer Kuwa Henshaw calls on major stakeholders, Major Actors and community dwellers who express their grievances through hate, discrimination, Homophobia, amongst others to embrace dialogue joint problem solving as a means of articulating their concerns and ensuring that we breathe Peace and acceptance. She further call on those involved in acts of Violence against members of the LGBTIQ should desist and Breathe peace to provide the environment that will ensure pondering and meditative actions while everyday indeed is a day of Peace, the symbolism of the international day of peace provides a unique platform to highlight the work of justice and peace to build a non-violence Nation where the respect for basic human rights, social justice, peace and freedom that will sustain peaceful coexistence in our communities. In order for the Country to mitigate the challenges that Gender Minorities are face with, we need a collective effort to achieve some positive narratives for social change in Liberia to ensure peace reign. and as such, as an organizations, we hold all rights holders, stakeholders, Partners, Missions, Policy Makers and the Government line ministries accountable for the implementation of resolutions 275 and 276 of the African Commission on People’s and Human Rights which Liberia is a signatory to this African Chapter to ensure that all forms of violence and abuse against women, girls and other Genders Monitories comes to and end as the constitution of Liberia, call for equality and protection for all of its citizenry under the rule of Law.

In recent time, the Gender Minority Community has suffered from huge form of violence, bullying, abuse and neglect in the Private and Public Spaces by communities’ dwellers and Parents which limits them from enjoying their rights to freedom of association and movement. So for this reason, the Organization is calling on all meaningful Liberians to embrace tolerance and stand against hate crime and Breathe peace.

September 21, of each year, is the day that is being observed internationally by UN Members States Country and International Non-Governmental Organizations and local NGOs Gender Minority Organizations to strengthen and maintain Peace. 

LEGAL / SoSNoL Vacancy

“Female Driver”

Driver job summary: LEGAL/SoSNoL is looking for a Female Driver to operate vehicle and transport goods and services / ED, staff within the organization. As a driver, you must have a safe driving records, follow national driving laws, rules, and regulations. In this position, you will also maintain the vehicle upkeep and cleanliness.

Driver Duties and Responsibilities:

Practice safe driving habits.

– Follow all national safety regulations and standards.

– Accurately follow routes and directions.

– Load goods and baggage.

– Keep exterior of vehicle clean and presentable.

– Maintain vehicle equipment, replace oil, fill gas tank, and perform

motor vehicle maintenance as needed for safety.

– Clean windows, windshields, and mirrors as needed.

– Keep interior of vehicle clean of debris and clutter

– Complete documentation such as logs, mileage, or goods and

staff reports.

– Follow schedules and rerouting in a timely manner when faced

with traffic or congestion.

Driver Requirements and Qualifications:

– Demonstrate safe driving practices.

– Able to follow verbal directions.

– Able to work well alone.

– Realizable and punctual with dedicated professionalism to job

and duties.

– Able to adapt to changing schedules or routines.

– Excellent time management.

– Able to assist staff when needed

– Organized and able to follow a schedule.

Focused on customer service:

– Positive attitude and professional demeanor.

– High school diploma or equivalent, relevant experience or

knowledge, skills and mental ability.

– Valid driver’s license and clean driving records.

– Must be able to pass criminal background check.

– Physically able to reach, stretch, bend, and sit for long periods of

time during daily routine.

– Previous professional experience driving preferred, training may

be provided.

– Able to work in the day during working hours, weekends and

holidays as needed.

Please address the letter

The Human Resource Department

LEGAL Inc. Office Action Aid Compound, Old Road, Yakpee’s Town, Montserrado County, Liberia, West Africa.

Deadline for Application is September 20, 2022 @ 5:00pm.

LEGAL/SoSNoL IDAHOBIT Day Press Release

Immediate Release

Tuesday, May 17, 2022, Monrovia, Liberia, In observance of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, Biphobia etc. LEGAL Inc. and Solidarity Sisters Network of Liberia (SoSNoL), as a Feminist  Human Rights and Democratic Based Organizations wish to call on the government of Liberia, the religious community, the traditional community, community leaders, community dwellers, stakeholders, policy makers, partners and Foreign Missions in Liberia, to join the advocacy  in advancing human rights advocacy, safe environment, inclusion in political participation and equality under the rule of law in decision thus; creating an inclusive and protective environment  for Gender Minorities in Liberia for social change.

According to the Executive Director LEGAL Association of Liberia Inc and CEO of SoSNoL, Jennifer Kuwa Henshaw said, in order for the Country to mitigate the challenges that Gender Minorities are face with, we need a collective efforts To achieve a positive narratives for social change in Liberia and as such, as an organizations, we hold all rights holders, stakeholders, Partners, Missions, Policy Makers and the Government line ministries accountable for the implementation of resolutions 275 and 276 of the African Commission on People’s and Human Rights which Liberia is a signatory to this African Chapter to ensure that all forms of violence and abuse against women, girls and other Genders Monitories comes to and end as the constitution of Liberia, call for equality and protection for all of its citizenry under the rule of Law.

In recent time, the Gender Minority Community has suffered from huge form of violence, bullying, abuse and neglect in the Private and Public Spaces, which limits them from enjoying their rights to freedom of association and movement. So for this reason, the Organization is calling on all meaningful Liberians to embrace tolerance and stand against hate crime.

May 17, of each year, is the day that is being observed internationally by UN Members States Country and Gender Minority Organizations to stand up against Homophobia.