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Saving the ALS Ice-Bucket Challenge from Haters

Posted by Jeneba Project on Tuesday, August 26, 2014, In : Articles 

Social Media has recently been swamped with videos of ice-bucket challenges to raise awareness and fundraise for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research. Indeed it is one of the most creative and captivating fundraising ideas in recent times; but no matter what one does, haters are going to hate! Many people are aggravated by videos of challenges with participants ranging from kids to the wealthiest and most influential personalities of the world. Simply put, the thing is ...

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Transitional Justice in Sierra Leone: Oral History, Human Rights, and Post-Conflict Reconciliation

Posted by Jeneba Project on Thursday, July 10, 2014, In : Articles 
I recently published a reflection in the Oral History Journal on post-conflict reconciliation, transitional justice and oral history in Sierra Leone. The article analyses the current situation in Sierra Leone after the conflict and the pertinent issues of reparation for victims of the civil war, especially those recommended by the Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission, memory and remembrance. 

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Revisiting Felix Dennis' Odes to vice and consequences

Posted by Jeneba Project on Thursday, January 2, 2014, In : Video Blog 
At the start of the new year, I decided to revisit a recap of Felix Dennis' Ode to vice and consequences on TED. I believe this to be one of the greatest anthologies of contemporary poetry. But like many things I love, the thing speaks for itself, so I'll allow you to watch the clip and judge for yourself. 

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KATEHUN KATEHUN (pronounced Ka-te-hun)-is a Mende word for a symposium or community center where disputes are settled. Everyone is permitted to make his/her case before a presiding chief in an open forum. On this forum, I write primarily for those who stand committed to the Rule of Law in Africa and to the value that our future is better determined by the government of the people, by the people, and in service for the people. To advance the African value of Ubuntu through International Law and the Principles of a United Nations, which propels us towards Life in Larger Freedom.
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