This manual is a product of the collaborative effort of ActionAid Ghana, La Nkwantanang–Madina Municipal and the Sunyani West District Assemblies with funding from European Union.
The development of
This research report is part of a multi-country ActionAid campaign on access to justice for women, looking both at the global barriers to justice as well as the specific deficits in each of the four
ActionAid Ghana (AAG) has been working in Ghana since 1990 promoting women’s empowerment. AAG's Country Strategy Paper (CSP VI), under the name, 'People's Power for Social Justice', places women's
In 2018, as always, we were inspired by the stories of people resisting and fighting for their rights in the face of social injustice. Young people led the fight against climate change and resistance
This report examines critical issues in education financing and the right to education in Ghana. To fully achieve the fundamental right to education, as enshrined in Ghana’s constitution and advocated
This policy brief makes recommendations on funding education in Ghana by outlining the problems of education in Ghana, relevant laws and policies while analysing local and national priorities in
The first account of our work under our current Country Strategy Paper VI (CSP VI) under the theme, "People’s Power for Social Justice, ActionAid Ghana’s 2018 Annual Report documents some of the
ActionAid works with 10 partners and over 7,000 young women across 13 cities in Ghana, Kenya, India and South Africa through its Young Urban Women: Life Choices and Livelihoods Programme.
Promoting progressive taxation in the budgeting processes: an analysis of tax measures announced during the mid-year review of the 2018 Annual Budget and the 2019 Annual Budget Statement and Economic Policy
Promoting progressive taxation in the budgeting processes an analysis of tax measures announced during the mid-year review of the 2018 Annual Budget and the 2019 Annual Budget Statement and Economic
Protecting the labour rights of young workers: Support an international standard on workplace violence and harassment
Strengthening legal protections against gender based violence at work is particularly important for young workers, 77% of whom are in informal employment. In addition to a number of occupational