Participation Category

Towards building a National Architecture against Corruption in Ghana – A powerpoint Presentation

On the 3rd of March, the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice [CHRAJ] held a consultative meeting in the Central Region as part of engaging civil society in the development of an action plan against corruption. The event was at the Elmina Beach Resort; attracting over 100 people from NGO’s, Drivers Unions, Traders, Security […]

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Moses Kanduri makes a case for a “New World Order”

Over the years many dynamic leaders including Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Nelson Mandela and Dr. Kofi Annan among others have called for harmonized efforts to empower the world youth. It is not surprising to see today that the youth are standing up for their rights. I share the Joy of the many youth who have already […]

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On Building a National Architecture against Corruption

REGIONAL CONSULTATIVE WORKSHOP ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF GHANA’S NATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION ACTION PLAN REMARKS BY THE COMMISSION/WORKING GROUP DELIVERED BY JOSEPH WHITTAL The Chair, Heads of MMDAs, Members of the Regional House of Chiefs, representatives of the private sector, representatives of civil society groups, opinion leaders, religious leaders, the academia, student representatives, our friends from the […]

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Promoting Youth Participation in Local Governance: The Abusua Foundation Experience

This post is a monograph commissioned by the West Africa Civil Society Institute and funded by the Open Society Initiative for West Africa.
It is rather large file and serves more as a reference material than a blog. I look forward to hear your feedback.

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