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Social Market Economy: Implications on Ghana

Conference in Accra- Birgit Schnieber-Jastarm, Member of the EU-Parliament on visit in Ghana

In the period of March 28th- March 31st of 2011 an KAF-organized conference about the implications of the social market economy on Ghana has been held in Accra. Mrs. Schnieber-Jastram, a member of the EU-parliament has been on a visit and attended the conference, too. Local NGOs, students as well as politicians have been the guests. The participants exchanged ideas,interesing opinions, well researched statements and valuable information on the topic of the social market economy affecting the country. more…

Event Reports | April 7, 2011

Observations & Outlook on the 2nd Round Ghana Elections 2008

An Analytical Outlook

The 2008 Ghana Elections have been described by many international commentators such as the European Union, Africa Union, Commonwealth and ECOWAS Observer Missions as well as local observer mission, like the Coalition of Domestic Election Observers (CODEO), including the international and local media as transparent, free and fair, and most and importantly as an African country, peaceful. Congratulation goes to the people of Ghana and various stakeholders who contributed in diverse civic educations advocacy programmes on voter education. more…

Country Reports | December 15, 2008

From the 2005 Paris Declaration to the 2008 High Level Forum

The third High Level Forum (HLF3) on Aid Effectiveness initiated by the OECD was held in Accra, the capital of Ghana, early in September 2008, its objective being to assess the progress made so far in implementing the Paris Declaration of 2005 as well as to adopt a separate plan of action, the Accra Agenda for Action (AAA), to determine what should be done in the future. more…

Klaus D. Loetzer | Country Reports | November 8, 2008

Ghana: Report on the Launch of the Democracy Report 2007

Political Parties worldwide and in Ghana

The Report was launched by the 2nd Dpty Speaker of Parliament and the occasion was chaired by the Chairperson of the Good Governance Programme. It assesses political parties across the world towards democratic development beyond periodic elections. The study samples 16 countries from all the geo-political regions of the world. Ghana was one of the 4 African countries chosen and Prof. K. Ninsin, the Dept. of Political Science, University of Ghana researched the Ghana case. more…

Event Reports | December 13, 2007

Speeches during Opening Ceremony of Chieftaincy Conference

KAF Resident Representative & German Ambassador

Workshop on Chieftaincy Institution: "Ghana@50: Resolving the Duality in Governance - The Future of Chieftaincy Institution" / 26th – 28th February 2007 / Alisa Hotel, North Ridge, Accra // Organized by: Nana Nketsia IV Trust and Centre for Indigenous Knowledge & Organisational Development (CIKOD) more…

February 28, 2007