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Empowering Democracy: A Review of Nurturing Sovereign Citizens by Halifa Sallah

In his recent book, Nurturing Sovereign Citizens: Lessons on Sovereign Citizenship for Democratization, Peacebuilding & Development (2023), Halifa Sallah explores the complex processes involved in...

Closing the Gender Gap in Technological Access: The Key to Empowering...

By George Chikondi Lwanda As we celebrate International Women’s Day in 2023, it is important to acknowledge the progress that The Gambia has made in...

Fire is a Servant that can Destroy

Someone started a dangerous fire as a means grass and rubbish next to our compound and also slightly opposite our compound.  Direct and indirect...

Never Again Should Be Government Policy

By Baba Galleh Jallow One of the most irksome comments some of us read on Gambian social media circles is the refrain, “never again is...

MCC’s Board Of Directors Adds Gambia Among Regional Partners

Tasking It To Develop Grant Programs In Respect Of Next Stage Of "Qualifiers" Alongside Senegal, Togo and Mauritania, The Gambia has been added to the...

“Urgent need to profile public and civil servants on institutional websites”

By Baboucarr Camara The Gambia we once knew devoid of impersonation, conspiracy, and wanton need to dine at the gallery of kings and queens without...

Perspective:          

ARE WE YET SUCCEEDING IN CHANGING THE GAMBIA? by: Amadou Jallow The word ‘change’ is today largely use by some of the world’s fast growing nations,...

Protecting our Nation’s Future Human Capital in the Time of Coronavirus

When news of the pandemic greeted the world toward the latter part of 2019, many people did not think that the virus would be...

Call for the Government`s Adaption of a Post COVID-19 National Policy...

We have become victims in a raging storm as Coronavirus created a serious menace and threats in the minds of the people while leaving...

Understanding Secularism

Misconceptions. Misrepresentations. Misconstruction. The war of words and ideas in Gambian politics has resurrected in our polity again! Gone are the days when the...

Walking; The Most Underrated Form of Exercise

Dembo Sanyang, Public and Environmental Health Student at UTG Tuesday, 30th June 2020.              Walking is such a mundane activity for many people but few know...

Instruction for Food Industry about Safe Operation during COVID-19 Pandemic in...

By: Lamin Juwara and Abdul Guddus Jallow The instruction has point out safety advice and rightful regulation for food manufacturers and agricultural businesses that are...

Rethinking “Africa Liberation Day”

By James F. Mendy May 25th every year is observed as Africa Liberation Day. This is very significant and worth much of reflection than celebration. Critical...

My Sincere Advice To The Government Of Adama Barrow

James F. Mendy As a very concerned citizen, I advise the government of Mr. Adama Barrow to act on the revelations made by the Health...

A Reflection on the status of Civic Space in The Gambia...

ML Saidykhan The Gambia has embraced a more open civic and political space for social justice organisations, movements and activists in the country compared to...

Essence Of Opposition In Politics

We have seen how democracy has been able to provide the breathing space for the existence, growth and survival of multiparty systems, a level...

TRRC: Managing the Narratives

By Baba Galleh Jallow The TRRC’s ongoing public hearings have generated a number of interesting narratives in Gambian society. From the testimonies and statements of...

Open Letter To Minister of Health & Social Welfare Dr Isatou...

I write to remind you of your appointment by President Adama Barrow, the Commander In Chief as Minister during his Cabinet reshuffled effective Friday,...

TRRC Update: ...

By Baba Galleh Jallow Monday, October 15 saw the long anticipated launching of the TRRC. The ceremony at Dunes Resort was attended by President Barrow,...

The Problem In The Gambia Is About Nationhood And Statehood

The problem in the Gambia can be narrowed down to the type of state and nation that was built by the British invaders, in...