President, Attorney Vivian Neal, says the action taken against the women is a classic example of entrenched discrimination against women in the Liberia society.
Boyenneh, the president of AFELL. "Violence against women continues to be widespread in Liberia, and up till now the perpetrators have gotten away with it.
AFELL president Boyenneh believes the case is far from over.
She says the two - day retreat grew out of AFELL
's desire to come together as stakeholders to discuss the wellbeing of the organization.
runner drove the wrong way along a dual carriageway before crashing into another car but tried to claim it was because the road signs weren't up to scratch.
Rural Human Rights Activist Program (RHRAP) and the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL
) contributed to the CSO report, concentrating on issues regarding the criminal justice system of Liberia.