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Ghana Ensures Parity in Education

Ghana's Deputy High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (UK), Mrs Elizabeth Nicol has said that Ghana has gone far in ensuring parity in education opportunities for females and males.

She said this when addressing participants at a two-day gender conference at the University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education.

New bill in Ghana on equal participation

In partnership with Ministry of Women Affairs and Children, the International IDEA has supported the official launch of national consultations on an Affirmative Action Bill, on October 11, 2011 in Accra. The consultations aim to develop legislation that ensure equal participation and representation of women and men in positions of power and decision making at all levels.

Regional Social Watch Training Workshop in Accra

Social Watch (SW), an international network of citizens devoted to eradication of poverty and an end to all forms of discrimination, which was established in 1995 had a two-day (7-8th September) workshop in Accra to improve the capacity of its members.