HRCSL Reports

DateDescription of HRCSL Reports 
7/1/2024 Human Rights-Based Approach to News Reporting Download
6/12/2024 PROGRESS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNGPs IN SIERRA LEONE: Towards Creating an Atmosphere of Responsible Investment Conduct Download
4/15/2023 HRCSL Newsletter January to April 2023 Download
4/21/2022 The Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (HRCSL) publishes it quarterly newsletter of 2022 that highlights key activities of the Commission. Download
3/8/2022 This Newsletter is a product of the Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone highlighting some of its key activities undertaken during the first six (6) months of 2020 and HRCSLs response to the outbreak of Covid-19 Pandemic in Sierra Leone. Download
8/18/2020 This report presents an account of the HRCSLs observation and fact-finding mission conducted in Makeni Town, Bombali District, Northern Sierra Leone, in relation to the incidents that occurred on 17th and 18th July 2020 Download
2/16/2017 Sierra Leone is a constitutional republic with a directly elected president, a unicameral legislature, and a population of approximately 5.7 million. In peaceful multiparty presidential and parliamentary elections held in 2007, the opposition All People's Congress (APC) won a majority in parliament, and citizens elected party leader Ernest Bai Koroma president. Download
2/16/2017 Report of the Public Inquiry into Alleged Human Rights Violations in Bumbuna, Tonkolili District in Relation to the Events of 16TH, 17TH and 18TH April, 2012, in accordance with Section 7 (2) (a) of the Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone Act, 2004 and Section 42 of the Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (Complaint, Investigations and Inquiries) Rules, 2008 Download
2/16/2017 Throughout 2010 the government of President Ernest Bai Koroma made meaningful progress in addressing endemic corruption and improving access to justice and key economic rights, notably health care and education. Endemic public and private corruption has for decades undermined development, and was one of the major factors underpinning the 11-year armed conflict that ended in 2002. Download
2/16/2017 Sections 24 (1) and 7(g) of the HRCSLAct No.9 of 2004 makes the publication of an annual SOHR Report mandatory. The Commission, in adherence to this mandate, publishes its fifth annual SOHR Report. Download

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