SUPPORTING BENEFICIAL OWNERSHIP CHAMPIONS PROJECT
- 27 September 2017

GII in collaboration with Ghana Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (GHEITI) and the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) is organizing a workshop to review the proposed amendments to the Beneficial Ownership clauses in the Company Acts 2016. The workshop will a...
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MOBILE ALACs: BRINGING RIGHTS EDUCATION TO CITIZENS
- 19 September 2017

This year, GII will organize a number of mobile ALACs across the country to engage directly with citizens at the community level on how they can contribute to fighting corruption in Ghana. These will be organized in the form of community durbars dubbed “know your rights”. Six...
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ENGAGING TRADITIONAL LEADERS AS CHAMPIONS OF WOMEN ON ISSUES OF LAND AND CORRUPTION IN GHANA
- 2 August 2017

Proposed Project ActivityIt is in line with the above that GII plans to hold a two (2) day stakeholder’s meeting aimed at strengthening participation and engagement of Traditional Leaders as Champions on Issues of Land and Corruption in Ghana. Adopting the Social Accountability...
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COMMEMORATION OF WORLD PUBLIC SERVICE DAY
- 23 June 2017

Every year, the 23rd of June is dedicated for the commemoration of World Public Services Day, as initiated by the United Nations in 2003. This year in commemorating the day we move towards amplifying tax justice drives through the unavoidable linkages of the social economic cont...
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SUPPORTING NEW BENEFICIAL OWNERSHIP TRANSPARENCY CHAMPIONS - GHANA | KENYA | NIGERIA
- 2 February 2017

Transparency International is running a 12 month project to support the realization of commitments made by Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria at the Anti-Corruption Summit in May 2016 on establishing public beneficial ownership registers. To kick-start the project TI and partners are hosti...
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Annual Anti-Corruption Forum
- 28 June 2016

Annual Anti-Corruption Forum “GII ANTI-CORRUPTION DIALOGUE SERIES” Theme “Fighting Corruption in Ghana: Take Responsibility, Act Now!”   1.0 Background Gradually, corruption is becoming a phenomenon, accepted by many Ghanaians as a normal part of everyday life. Corrupti...
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