Bridging The Gap And Going Beyond Rhetoric To Protect Liberian Children

It is not enough to pass laws that protect children’s rights, but to implement these laws. It is not enough to print mega billboards and stickers calling for an end to rape, but to impartially prosecute perpetrators of this heinous crime.

Bridging The Gap And Going Beyond Rhetoric To Protect Liberian Children
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