The three-day workshop, which runs from August 1 – 3, in Gbarnga Bong County, will also provide information on the Liberia Land Authority and the Land Rights Act, the Act Against the Criminal Conveyance of Land, as well as discuss the land administration-related resolutions derived from the Supreme Court Judiciary Conference in 2021 and their operationalization.
One of the major challenges faced by the judiciary, including judges and magistrates, who are key stakeholders, is the lack of adequate information on important policy and legal reform deliverables of the ongoing land reform process in Liberia including but not limited to the Land Rights Act of 2018
The workshop is supported by the Inclusive Land Administration and Management Project (ILAMP), funded by the Swedish International Development and Cooperation Agency (Sida).
The targeted participants, who are mainly members of the National Association of Trial Judges of Liberia will come from Bomi, Bong, Cape Mount, Gbarpolu, Grand Bassa, Margibi, Rivercess, Lofa, Nimba, Rivergee, Grand Gedeh, Grand Kru, Maryland, Montserrado, and Sinoe counties.
Note: For more information on the LRA, LLA Act, AACCL, and other land-related laws, regulations, and guidelines, kindly tune into Freedom 89.7FM every Wednesday from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM to listen to the technical staff of the LLA as they educate, sensitize and inform the general public of their rights, roles, responsibilities, and benefits as enshrined within LRA, LLA Act, the Act Against Criminal Conveyance of Land and other land-related laws, regulations, and guidelines, including the services being provided by the LLA across the country.
The Liberia Land Authority (LLA) was established in 2016 by an ACT of the National Legislature. The Authority is the ONE-STOP-SHOP for all land matters.
Reported By: Emmanuel Chedeh Davis - Communication and Outreach Officer