President Adama Barrow puts his seal of approval on ATI law

Recent articles in The Gambia

Leveraging the digital space to combat human trafficking

Through its study of the role of the internet in human trafficking, the African Legal Think Tank on Women’s Rights realised it’s possible to use the same technology to curb the illegal practice.

ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States) soldiers guard the Statehouse in Banjul, The Gambia, 24 January 2017, CARL DE SOUZA/AFP via Getty Images

Historic moment for Gambia as it adopts ATI law

Years of coordinated effort involving the government and CSOs such as the Gambia Press Union bears fruit as The Gambia passes Access to Information law.

Gambia's President Adama Barrow (C) during a meeting with the French Foreign Affairs minister and other officials, at The Presidential Palace in Banjul, 5 November 2018. CLAIRE BARGELES/AFP via Getty Images

Gambia Press Union takes ATI and media self-regulation on road tour

With the access to information bill before parliament, the Gambia Press Union engages citizens about the importance of ATI legislation and media self-regulation.