Meet Gladys Arthur, Liberia


Via Nobel Women’s Initiative:

“If you don’t start the journey, you will never have anyone to hold your hand, to say let’s push forward. Because you, yourself, have to say—yes, I’m ready.”  

Gladys Arthur is a courageous human rights defender. During Liberia’s Civil War she was held captive for years by a rebel fighter. Gladys bravely testified about her experiences at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) after the war, and is using her voice to help others who are dealing with trauma. She is now studying to become a human rights lawyer. Watch below to hear Gladys’ story in her own words.




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