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Stakeholders Dialogue On The Way Forward Of The Double Track System

A Deputy Minister of Education in charge of General Education and MP for Bosomtwe constituency in the Ashanti region Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, has...

Police Want IGP Appointment To Be Independent From Political Control

Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) Dr Benjamin Agordzo, Director, Transformation of Ghana Police Service has called for constitutional reforms in the appointment of future...

Professor Calls For Investment Capital For LEAP Beneficiaries

The Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty (LEAP) programme is a useful undertaking that is helping improve the living conditions of beneficiaries in Ghana, a Senior...

CDD to organise Policy Conference on Renewed Policies against Poverty

The conference scheduled for May 22-23 in Accra, will bring together policy makers and researchers from seventeen countries four continents - Africa, Asia, Latin...

CDD Kicks against new voter register

Policy Think Tank, Centre for Democratic Development has also kicked against calls by the opposition New Patriotic Party for new voters? registration ahead of...

Government advised to strengthen state institutions

Ghanaian?s constitutional and legal requirements have served as buffer for the country?s democratic stability and peaceful environment over the years, Dr Franklin Oduro Deputy...

Reforms Committee Submmits Report To Afari Gyan

The 10-member committee made up of commission members, political parties and civil society organisations to examine proposals for electoral reforms in the country has...

CDD places Western Region 4th of developed regions in Ghana

The Western Region ranks fourth on the League Table developed by the Center for Democratic Development (CDD) and the United Nations Children?s Fund UNICEF)...

Tarzan Calls Ghanaian CSOs Balabbers

Policy?Analyst, Dr. Charles Wereko-Brobby says civil society?organsations should take up the responsibility of holding leaders of the country accountable rather than just blabbing. According to...