Taxation & the State of Africa Mining Vision Implementation - AMV

The Africa Mining Vision (AMV) as a policy framework designed by the African Union to ensure Africa utilizes its mineral resources strategically for broad-based and inclusive development.

The meeting was to facilitate awareness of the AMV framework among key stakeholders in the mineral sector.

In attendance were stakeholders from the following institutions.
1. Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources
2. Minerals Commission
3. Ministry of Finance
4. Geological Survey Department 
5. Mines Department 
6. Lands Commission 
7. Chamber of Mines 
8. Environmental Protection Agency
9. Tax Justice Coalition-Ghana
10. Other CSOs
11. GEITI

ADISS Forum on Audit Recommendation Implementation in Ghana

The ADISS Forum on Audit Recommendation Implementation in Ghana happening at the Fiesta Royal hotel in Accra. 
Date 20th August 2018

The Launch of Multi-Stakeholder Business Integrity Forum

This Multi-Stakeholder Forum seeks to facilitate engagements amongst business/private sector, state actors, and civil society to identify, protect and advocate for a corruption-free business environment in Ghana. Participants will include companies, business associations, civil society organisations, faith-based organisations and state actors such as the Registrar General, Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), Public Procurement Authority and the Auditor General's Office.

Venue: Fiesta Royale Hotel, Dzorwulu - Accra
Date: October 4, 2018
Time: 10:00am

Stakeholders Validation Meeting on the Review of the Africa Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption.

GII held a Stakeholders Validation Meeting on the Review of the Africa Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption.

In attendance were members of the press, the FIC, Civil society Organisations and Members of Parliament. Mr Charles Ayamdoo who is the 

director for Anti-Corruption in CHRAJ was the consultant for the research to ascertain Ghana's progress in relation to the AU Convention.

Venue: Coconut Grove Regency Hotel, Accra (Tentative)
Date: October 26, 2018
Time: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

#RTIRedFriday

We the staff of Ghana Integrity Initiative stand with the RTI Media Coalition on this #RTIRedFriday Campaign. We went out in our numbers, distributed flyers and stickers to motorists in raising awareness on the Right To Information (RTI) Bill. Parliament must hear us. Enough is Enough. 

Multi-Stakeholder Business Integrity Forum Breakfast Meeting

Ghana Integrity Initiative and the Private Enterprise Federation (PEF) held a Multi-Stakeholder Business Integrity Forum Breakfast Meeting that brings together the private sector and selected members of civil society and the public sector to discuss and identify possible strategies for advocacy in promoting anti-corruption policies for the private sector.

There shall be a keynote address focusing on the theme "United Against Corruption for Development, Peace and Security: Role of the Private Sector" followed by a panel session providing details from the perspective of business and civil society as well as the public sector and ending with a plenary where participants are expected to provide comments and getting clarification to issues raised.

Venue: Holiday Inn Hotel, Accra
Date: December 12, 2018
Time: 8:00am