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by peter hassan tijani someone would say all i want is justice and not peace. peace without justice is nothing but human rights abuses and the end result is violence crime discrimination
human rights abuse in mining communities in ghana. 2010 human rights report ghana u s department of statethe chraj investigates human rights abuses in september 2008 the chraj issued a report entitled the state of human rights in mining communities in ghana -human rights abuse in mining communities in ghana-how ghana favours mining against farminghow ghana favours mining …
iwatch africa; human rights abuse and corruption project ghana. the project is aimed at training journalists (including student journalists) in the use of data and investigative journalism tools to report on human rights abuses and corruption via the use of digital media platforms.
human rights abuse can be prevented in a number of ways. some of these include: education active role of the courts ghana national commission on children national commission on civic education (ncce) department of social welfare the juvenile unit of ghana police service (waju) and the role of the media.
in this section of the website you can learn more about some of the most common human rights violations in ghana and read examples of those violations which may resonate with you in your life. click on the links below to find out more about each of the human rights enshrined in the constitution and the un declaration of human rights and occasions where these rights have not been upheld.
in ghana people with mental health conditions are being shackled at home or or in prayer camps. call on the government to help stop this! human rights watch defends the rights of people in 90
iwatch africa officially launched its ‘human rights abuse and corruption project’ last tuesday at the university of ghana in accra. the project which leverages data investigative and digital tools to stop human rights abuses will train 60 journalists across the country to combat corruption and improve accountability in ghana.