A Pan African Human Rights Organisation challenging the misrepresentation of African people, culture and history in the British media.
Toyin Agbetu chooses not to censor his anger over how western media and world leaders deliberately ignore the massacre of hundreds of African lives in Baga... because there are not Charlie.
Media regulator Ofcom ignores Capital Xtra’s format requirements as the station ‘urbanises’ its output and removes community speech content to favour non-African audiences.
Royal Dutch Shell Company has agreed to a 55 million pound pay-out in settlement for two oil spills that occurred in Nigeria during 2008.
A young person was disrespected by a British police officer making an Ebola insult during a stop and search encounter.
The horrors of the Ebola crisis in parts of West Africa was brought home at a fundraising dinner organised by voluntary organisations BTWSC and African Histories Revisited in aid of Medecins Sans Frontieres UK (MSF).
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Ligali monitors anti-African socio-political trends and publishes news and articles of issues affecting African people resident in the UK , the Caribbean, Africa and across the Diaspora. Our news and journal archives reflect some of the Pan African community campaigns we have been involved in or supported since 2000.
Ligali supports artist - activists and highlights both pro and anti-African media. We have particular concerns about the wealth of stolen artefacts residing in various British museums and support calls for their return.
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Ligali publishes a wealth of cultural media that is essential ownership for anyone interested in Pan African human rights and supporting the work of community organisations.
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produces progressive Africentric media and education programmes that actively work for self determination, socio-political freedom, physical health and spiritual wealth.