Bridging Academia Gaps

Bridging Academia Gaps (BAG) promotes educational opportunities for children, provide scholarships to needed students. BAG aims to morally increase ethical values, reduce behavioral pattern that are detrimental to societal progress of social transformation, and to reduce the high illiteracy rate within Liberia.

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Reconciliation/Restoration

We cannot hide behind our hurts and decimate the hope of reunification. Regardless of the disastrous uncertainties, the struggle for social transformation is the struggle of reconciliation.

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Community Programs

Supporting grassroots community alternative dispute resolution, literacy empowerment activities, the renovation and clean-up campaigns of schools and the environment, infrastructures, health and social welfare.

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War is destructive, unimaginably disastrous and irreparable a grievous harmful blow to society. This dreadful unmanageable catastrophic weapon,  indiscriminately slaughter infants, men, women, children, and billions of properties while leaving millions of victims homeless, orphans, childless, and to suffer extreme poverty and post-traumatic stress disorder. Every intrusive and frightening recollections of distressing physical or sexual assault captivate regrettable and stressful nightmares of war. Since the devastating civil war, which took the lives of approximately 250,000 Liberians and left thousands both physically and psychologically traumatized, people homeless, orphans, displaced, refugee, and economically impoverished; there has not been any sort of reconciliatory rehabilitation or reunification of the people of Liberia, neither has there been any form of reintegration of former combatants.

The Liberian Reformation Network is fundamentally committed to resolving the Liberian intercultural disputes in the most timely and economical fashion. With efficiency and cost-effective tailored Cultural Alternative Dispute Resolution (CADR) and Restorative Cultural Resolution (RCR). CADR combines the appropriate Liberian traditional process of settling disputes without litigation (lawsuit) with RCR – which, culturally restores the interrelated tribal connectors and repairs the relationships of victimized survivors and victimized offenders – a more faster, cheaper, and preferable cultural dispute resolution process.  Liberians are traditionally connected through specific cultural practices and norms, intermarriages, application morality of cross-culture ethics and families relevance – which are attributed to the society’s cultural and ethics relativism.

Therefore, the Network’s CADR avoids potential ethnic groups misconceptions, provide appropriate and time unparalleled results that best serves the culture and people of Liberia. The Network’s goal is to deliver exceptional tailored results of culturally appropriate alternative dispute resolution by addressing the extreme devastation encountered by the society and the continuous overwhelming suffering of Liberians. The Network re-conciliatory restorative process is unparalleled and tailored to resolving the pressing internal conflicts of Liberian – involving very close relatives, neighbors, intermarriages and intercultural tribal conflicts of a unique society. LRN’s Restorative Cultural Resolution are efficient and cost-effective, combining it with Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), the Network will categorically reduce the reconciliatory process cost and simplify participants mediation for much needed successful outcomes. Our vision and mission are intertwined with our action – reconciliation for the restoration of Liberia. We will always maintain neutrality and protect confidentiality while facilitating mutually acceptable resolution between participants.

Through our extraordinary negotiating process of Cultural Alternative Dispute Resolution, the Network aim to resolve the Liberian intercultural conflicts without traditional litigation. Utilizing the commonality of the society, the Network shall facility an interest-based bargaining and render humanitarian gesture to conduct and promote nongovernmental and nonpolitical dialogues – that would mobilize innovative community-based commitment to the reconciliatory process. LRN uses cultural mediation and negotiation alternative interest-based approaches to resolving the Liberian internal conflict.

LRN Inc.’s trained mediator becomes a neutral third party in the peace negotiation — he or she (the mediator) — would help members of the society or participants in trying to resolve the problem by facilitating the dialogue. Our conflict negotiation and mediation do not require collaborative law and arbitration costly mediation through the court system. LRN Inc.’s mediators will help you and the other party to reach a mutually acceptable agreement or resolution of the problem, while protecting your privacy and dignity as a person or group.

Identifying with the community

Mediation and Negotiation

Our Neutral Dispute Specialist (NDS) understand the excruciating anguish and brutal distress inflicted on men, women and children during the indescribable 14 years of civil war, as they are a part of the society. Some of whom were children who were detached from parents, isolated, exploited, cruelly drugged and manipulated into combats. Thus, most of our NDS understand and can relate to thousands of deserted children, youth and adolescence turned soldiers, who engaged in brutal slaughtering of pregnant women, killing of men and women, massacres, raping younger boys and girls, exterminating of tribal groups and families and destroying properties.

Neutral Dispute Specialist in your county

Our Neutral Dispute Specialist can help resolve the confusion or problem between you and other party without resulting into court. Please contact your local county Neutral Dispute Specialist or Coordinator for immediate assistance. Call us: 515-207-9618/319-481-4629 or Liberia: 881652835 or email us: info.lib@libreform.org


Funded by members and public contributions, the Network’s mission is to mobilize communities commitments and encourage resolving cultural conflict through alternative dispute resolution (ADR). The Network strongly support community collaboration and provide ADR education to resolving tribal and social differences, while promoting innovative cultural conflict resolution.