The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organised two workshops on the topic ‚Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms‘ in Sunyani, Tamale and Wa. The aim was to empower the Chiefs to engage in peaceful dispute resolution and to train them in mediation strategies.
In October and November the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) organizes several workshops on the topic ‘Forum on the State of the Private Sector in Ghana’. The aim of the workshops is to create a room for dialogue between PEF and entrepreneurs from the different regions of Ghana.
From 7th till 11th of October the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in collaboration with its partner the Tamale Ecclesiastical Province Pastoral Conference (TEPPCON) conducted two workshops in Garu und Sirigu in the Upper East Region. The workshops covered the topic ‘Promoting Peaceful Community Development’.
KAS is a German political foundation. Starting in Ghana in 1966, KAS supports socio-political reforms, tries to strengthen the parliament as an institution of decision-making, promotes popular participation in the political process and law security as well as the integration of traditional structures into the modern state.
Ghana has been recognised internationally in recent years as a country whose democratic reform efforts have not only been emblematic of successful democratisation, but which also have brought significant benefits to the country. [...]
BY WOMEN TRADITIONAL LEADERS
We the Queenmothers and Women Traditional Leaders from Northern and Southern Ghana, attending a workshop on the Role of Queenmothers in the 2012 General Elections held at the Regent Resort Sunyani, hereby RESOLVE that we shall be [...]
Workshop for Traditional Leaders in the Upper West Region
In the northern parts of Ghana, climate change has already resulted in severe draughts in the dry season as well as floods during the rainy season. These contribute to high temperatures, influx of pests and diseases resulting in [...]