Increasing participation of Civil Society Organisations and Journalists through Capacity Building

Could a multisectoral collaboration alter the illicit outflows narrative? With the onslaught of the global coronavirus pandemic, there are concerns

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The RTI Law: A Tool to Combat Corruption or Otherwise?

Over the years, journalists, civil society and anti-corruption advocates have campaigned for the passage of the Right to Information (RTI)

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Corruption in the Media: How Akufo-Addo has almost Killed the Ghanaian Media

A genuine test to a well functioning democracy rest on free, fair, fearless and independent media that are committed to

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Ghana’s 2020 World Press Freedom Index Score: The poorest since 2013 – Lawyer Sammy Gyamfi

Folks, as we celebrate World Press Freedom Day, it’s important that we take stock of our performance under the World

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A message on World Press Freedom Day

Today, we celebrate Press Freedom Day. Freedom of the press should not only be marked but celebrated and cherished as

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Tribute: Mesmerized at first sight, distressed at last sight

A Tribute to Justina Dzifa Akator by Kofy Yeboah (GJA General Secretary) It was in February 2017. I had left

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Ghana Drops 4 Places on World Press Freedom Index: Journalism in Trouble in Ghana. The Consequences could be dire

Ghana has dropped four places on the global press freedom index to be ranked 27 as against 23 and number

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Paul Adom Otchere’s Reckless Attacks on Zanetor Rawlings

Watching Paul ADOM Otchere on Metro TV’s Good Evening Ghana on Thursday night further exposed the fact there are so

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Editorial: A Letter to Media Owners in Ghana

Dear Media House Owners, Please, we have a pandemic at hand that we’re struggling to avert it from spreading. As

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GhanaWeb Wins Google Funding to Help Journalism thrive in the Digital Age

Global search engine, Google, has awarded a US$1.93 million in funding for media related projects across Africa, Middle East and

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“You are here as guests” – Speaker Mike Oquaye threatens Journalists on Parliamentary Reportage

Speaker of Parliament, Prof Aaron Mike Oquaye, has threatened to withdraw en bloc the accreditation given to members of parliamentary

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