• Gov’t says UN got part of its Report wrong

    Gov’t says UN got part of its Report wrong0

    The government has described aspects of the report by the United Nations’ Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights as repetitive and unfounded. Addressing the media on Thursday, the Information Minister, Dr Mustapha Hamid, said the UN official, Professor Philip Alston, displayed a “misunderstanding of the fundamental philosophy that has under-girded the development agenda”

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  • Politicians in Ghana love Slogans but lack realistic Implementation -UN Expert

    Politicians in Ghana love Slogans but lack realistic Implementation -UN Expert0

    A UN human rights expert has commended Ghana as a champion of African democracy and a country which has achieved some important development milestones. But says unless growing inequality and continuing high poverty rates are addressed the country will fall far short of meeting the key UN Sustainable Development Goals, including the eradication of extreme

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  • Ghana marks it’s first March for Science movement

    Ghana marks it’s first March for Science movement0

    All great movements have humble beginnings. On Saturday April 14, the first genuine March for Science was held in Accra, Ghana, organised by ‘Alliance for Science’. With banners, Placards and music, a group about fifty participants walked from the CSIR premises near 37 roundabout to Flagstaff House and back. In this way they joined the

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