Statement of the Flag President on the Conference; Women, Children & the Law
Good Morning, my Lord the Hon. Chief Justice of the Gambia, Justice Hassan B Jallow
Statement on International Women’s Day
Theme: “GENDER EQUALITY TODAY FOR A SUSTAINABLE TOMORROW”
Achieving gender equality and realizing the human rights, dignity and capabilities of diverse groups of women is a central requirement of a just and sustainable world. Over the years, FLAG has dedicated its resources to ensuring the protection of the rights of women and children in The Gambia. FLAG also recognizes the efforts of the Government of The Gambia in ratifying, domesticating, and enacting laws for the protection and wellbeing of the rights of women and children. We congratulate the Government on being the first in the world to submit a plan compatible with the Paris Agreement to mitigate the effects of climate change by 2030.
Trust Bank Donates D60,000 To FLAG
Female Lawyers’ Association (FLAG) is a non-political, non-sectarian, non-governmental, and non-profit association comprising female members of the Gambia legal profession established in 2006. It has in various ways contributed to the development of and the realization of the Rights of women and children in the Gambia since its establishment.
Training of Law Enforcement Officers
First Session with (Mam Amie Jobe)
Understanding The Concept of Access to Justice and Land Rights
#AccessToJustice #LegalEducation #EU #EURECENA #NCCE #FLAG #NALA #ADRS
#FLAG – is a non-Political, non -sectarian, non partisan, non-governmental and non-profit making Association made up of female members of the legal profession who in various ways aim to contribute to the development and realization of the rights of women and children in The Gambia.