COC Report Launch and SoSNoL Launching

COC Report Launching and Solidarity Sisters Network of Liberia (SoSNoL) Launching at RLJ Kendeja Resort on the 13th November 2020.

SoSNoL Training with Law Enforcement Officers

SoSNoL Conducted Human Right Training with Law Enforcement Officers at YWCA in Montserrado october 9th 2020.

LEGAL Nine (9th) Years Anniversary 2021

LEGAL Nine (9th) Years Anniversary Celebration 2021 at ActionAid Conference Hall on the 26th January 2021.

LEGAL Eight (8th) Years Anniversary 2020

LEGAL Eight (8th) Years Anniversary Celebration 2020 at ActionAid Conference Hall on the 26th January 2020.

Sexuality Education and Non- Discrimination Project in Grandbassa and Rivercess Counties.

RFSU Inception Meeting (Workshop) with Stakeholders: Traditional, Religious Leaders, Health Care Providers, Teachers, School Authorities, LGBTIQ Members in Grandbassa on the 12th September 2020.

ISDAO Follow up and Field Visitation.

ISDAO follow-up and Field Visitation/ Engagement with the Protection officers, traditional & religious leaders, nurses, school authorities, legal representatives, teachers and LGBTIQs on the Impact on COVID – 19 Prevention, Response and the Challenges, collection of recommendation from our Human Right Base Approach and other Advocacy Interventions. February 25th 2021 to March 5th 2021 in Grandbassa, Rivercess, Margibi and Montserrado.

Psychosocial and Counseling Training with ActionAid

Oct 14-16, 2015 – ActionAid Liberia Workshop for Key Population and LGBTIQ Civil Society Organizations on Psychosocial and Counseling training in Monrovia.

Training with Police

April 11 2018 – LEGAL conducted a day long training with 12 Females and 3 males Police Officers of the Liberia National Police on Human Rights Advocacy and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights.

Outreach Team Working Session

April 7 2018 | Monrovia – LEGAL hosted a one day working session with its Outreach Team on Reporting, documentation and advocacy.

Needs Assessment in Four Counties

March 2017 – LEGAL conducted its Needs Assessment in four Counties in Liberia to identify key issues affecting the LGBTIQ Community and other vulnerable women and girls. Key lesson learned; limited access to protection and health services, key population experience high risk of abuse and violence, members of the LGBTIQ and Sex workers are throw out of accommodation, deny of job opportunity, social inclusion in private and public spaces etc.

In Relations to protection and health, it is based on this background that LEGAL is now engaging service providers and the Police and Lawyers through dialogue and training at the community, who will serve as alias for LEGAL.

Public Dialogue with Stakeholders, Partners and LGBTI

December 15th, 2016 – One Day Public Dialogue with Stakeholders, Partners and LGBTI Community Members, Monrovia, Liberia

ILGA World Conference Bangkok 2016

November 28th – December 3rd, 2016 – ILGA World Conference Bangkok 2016