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Adopting a comprehensive, multi-stakeholder approach to peacebuilding

Ghana's declining performance on the Global Peace Index as reported is alarming. Here are some objective analysis and suggestions on how the Women's Network for Peace Ghana could help address this issue. Firstly, it's concerning

Echo Chamber Politics: How the NPP’s media monopoly threatens democracy and press freedom

Media ownership in Ghana is becoming more concentrated in the hands of political elites, particularly those associated with the New Patriotic Party (NPP). Famous people like Frederick Blay, the acting Chairman of the NPP, own

Breaking the Chains: Reflecting on World Day Against Child Labour

Every year on June 12th, the world pauses to observe the World Day Against Child Labour, a day dedicated to raising awareness and fostering change in the fight against child exploitation. Despite significant progress over

The battle of minds and passports: How politics undermined academia

In contrast to a time when J. E. Casley's commitment to intellectual rigor shed light on the paths to Pan-Africanism and anti-colonial rule, followed by the endeavors of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah's politically grounded theoretical pursuits

Jude Kwame Osei: A Compelling Choice for Running Mate to Dr. Bawumia

As the New Patriotic Party (NPP) gears up for the 2024 elections, selecting a running mate alongside Dr. Bawumia is a decision of paramount importance. In this crucial and defining moment, the name of Jude

Opoku Prempeh Joins Grandfather the Asantehene to Ga State Durbar in His Honour

Energy Minister Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh on Sunday 9th June, 2024 joined his grandfather the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II to the durbar of the Ga State in honour of His Royal Majesty Otumfuo Osei

Manasseh Azure Awuni writes: Dutch Passport or a Ghanaian PhD?

The young man who said having a Dutch passport is better than having a Ghanaian PhD spoke about his reality. And you do not need to argue with him. You can speak about yours. But

AKOSUA FREMA OPARE: PAVING THE WAY FOR GHANA’S FIRST FEMALE VICE PRESIDENT – PART TWO

The Role of Women in a Patriarchal Society Women have often faced challenges and limitations imposed by a society driven by traditional gender roles. These roles have historically relegated women to the responsibilities of managing

Full Text: Petition by Yvonne Nelson and her #DumsorMustStop protesters

Renowned Ghanaian actress and movie producer, Yvonne Nelson, led the #DumsorMustStop campaign in a peaceful protest through the principal streets of Accra, drawing attention to the frustrating effects of the erratic power supply on citizens'

Setting the Record Straight: Western Regional Minister and Amenfi East PC for NPP Advocate for Responsible Mining Practices

In a recent engagement with artisanal small-scale miners at Amenfi, the Western Regional Minister and I, Ernest Frimpong, Parliamentary Candidate (PC) for the NPP in Amenfi East, emphasized the importance of responsible mining practices and