Theme: “The path to sustained peace ad prosperity in Liberia”
The Forum for Societal Change will convene its third forum on good governance on Friday, August 18, at the Tubman High School in Sinkor, the organization has announced. The forum is in response to the demand to make the event accessible to the Liberian people, according to the release. Entrance to the hall, which can hold about 300 persons, will be free of charge.
The topic for the forum is, “The path to building and sustaining lasting peace and prosperity in Liberia.” Discussants are expected to address, “how do we make the right decisions at the October polls to ensure that we remain on the right path?”; “the expectation of the people from the new administration”; and “the role that is expected of the people to ensure that they work in sync with the government,” the release said.
A presenter will address the audience on the forum’s topic following which three panelists will discuss the presentation. Thereafter, comments, questions and clarifications will be entertained from the audience. The release said voter education will be discussed, especially questions to ask and seek answers to, as the electorates go about making informed decisions at the polls.
A high turnout of citizens and candidates are expected at the forum.