Youth Crime Watch of Liberia Collaborated with U. S. Embassy to Host One Day Strategic Dialogue with Dr. Avis Jones – DeWeever

On June 27, 2018, Youth Crime Watch of Liberia collaborated with the United States Embassy Monrovia Public Affairs Section to host Dr. Avis Jones-DeWeever, the author of the award-winning book, “How Exceptional Black Women Lead,” and founder of the Exceptional Leadership Institute, a global personal and professional development firm grounded in the notion that the […]

YCWL Host 6th cohort of the Feminist Dialogue

The 6th cohort of the Feminist Dialogue, with the theme “Strong Successful Women and their Stereotypes,” was held at the Swedish Embassy on November 10, 2022, in observance of the impending 16 Days of Activism, that further mark the campaign to end violence against women and children. Youth from Monrovia and the nearby areas participated […]

YCWL Embarks on Campaigns Against Electoral Violence ahead of 2023 Elections

Over one hundred persons from the security sector and community watch team have benefited from Youth Crime Watch Liberia human rights and anti-electoral violence campaigns. The program launched in December 2022 over one hundred joint security representatives across the five counties while strengthening the capacity of 15 Community Watch Teams composed of 225 members of […]

YCWL Educates Youth on Access to Justice, Peace, Security

A one-day national stakeholders dialogue intended to create the space for discussion between state and non-state actors in understanding the current situation, challenges and prospects for youth and access to justice has taken place in Monrovia. The dialogue took into consideration effective strategies for implementation and revision of existing laws, policies, and regulations surrounding youth […]

Exciting Partnership Between Youth Crime Watch of Liberia and EDC/USAID to Empower Liberian Youth in Montserrado, and Grand Bassa Counties

In a significant development, Youth Crime Watch of Liberia announced a strategic partnership with EDC (Education Development Center) with funding support from USAID to implement a transformative livelihood development program for 300 Liberian youth in Grand Bassa and Montserrado Counties. This collaboration falls under ‘The Youth Activity’ (TYA) Project, an initiative designed to empower and […]