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An investigation by the Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG) has revealed that the headmistress of the Mt. Sinai Methodist JHS located at Kumasi in the Dompoase Circuit of Asokwa Municipality in the Ashanti Region, Madam Akyaa Kusi, has taken her students to a Deity known as Obosom in the area to swear that they should...
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The Executive Director of Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG), Joseph Kobla Wemakor has been offered a place among the forty-eight (48) selected delegates accepted for the second intake of the Bloomberg Media Initiative Africa (BMIA) Financial Journalism Program in Ghana.   Mr. Wemakor who also doubles as the Editor-In-Chief of the Ghananewsone.com in an interview...
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Astute journo, Joseph Kobla Wemakor picks 2018 Media Migration Competition Award. Joseph Kobla Wemakor a gem in the world of journalism in Ghana has been awarded at the Award Ceremony and Launch of Training Manual, Mobile Application and Data Base of migration stories in Accra. He was among the ten (10) winners who distinguished themselves...
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Source: Wisdom Hammond | Newsghana24.com The Chief Executive Director of Human Rights Reporters Ghana, Joseph Kobla Wemakor has been honored with prestigious awards on migration reporting at a colourful event organized in Accra on Wednesday May 8, 2019. At the event organizers and partners also launched a Training Manual, Mobile Application and Database of Migration...
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Source:Ghananewsone.com The Ghana Police Service has expressed readiness to partner and support the Human Rights Reporters Ghana(HRRG) in its sensitization campaigns aimed at bringing the gruesome activities of kidnappers in the country to a halt. In a letter dated April 26, 2019 signed by the Director of Public Affairs Directorate of the Ghana Police Service Supt....
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The Human Rights Reporters Ghana an NGO championing human rights issues in Ghana has applauded the Ghana Police Service for their excellent and easy to understand and implement daily safety tips to help the general public remain safe. The safety tips are good and will help all to remain safe and careful at a time...
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Ghana Police Brutality is Bad but will it ever stop on it own or something more drastic needs to be done? The Ghana Police Service is an important government security service charged with maintaining internal security, law and order. Their functions are vital to the safety of all persons living within Ghana. The Police is...
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Pupils of CareGuide Mtonessori School at Gbawe, in Accra, have been sensitised on kidnapping and its related issues to guide them in taking precautions to avoid being victims. Madam Betty Akumatey, the Director of the School, said kidnapping had been a global phenomenon, which had rocked the nation in recent times. “Cultural perspective no longer...
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Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG), an NGO committed to ending all forms of human rights abuses in the country has enlightened over 200 pupils of the Hilen Springfield School in Accra on modus operandi, techniques and pranks of kidnappers in the country. The sensitization exercise which was staged at the Hilen Springfield School campus in...
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Human Rights Reporters-Ghana (HRRG) as an NGO committed to fight against all forms of violence that affects our women, girls and children in all forms including Sexual and Gender Based Violence(SGBVs) and Harmful Practices, Child rights(Child Trafficking, Modern Slavery), Women’s and Girls rights(Kayayei, gender equality, FGM, Child Marriages etc.) Rape, Domestic Violence and the like,...
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Teenage pregnancy remains a big challenge in Ghana and data from the annual Ghana Health Service (GHS) statistics on this is very alarming. This data shows that in 2020 nearly 301 girls are impregnated every day in Ghana whiles 13 teenage pregnancies recorded every one hour. According to the GHS, Ghana recorded a total of...
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The Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG), a non-governmental organization (NGO) which champions human rights education in Ghana in schools, youth camps and meetings, towns and villages is alarmed by the huge number of teenage girls put in the family way in 2020. Reacting to the statistics released by the Ghana Health Service, the Programmes Director...
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The Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG) regrets the inhumane actions of some section of the public on persons identified as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI+) in our communities following the recent launch of their office space in Accra which has generated a huge public outcry. According to reports making rounds on both...
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The headmaster of the Mataheko D /A Basic ‘A’ School, Mr. James Adamah has lauded the educative roles being played by various civil society groups and non-governmental organizations within schools in a bid to help end the new wave of the deadly coronavirus pandemic as part of the ‘back to school initiatives’ being rolled out...
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The Management and the Membership of the PLO Lumumba Foundation, Ghana Chapter have lauded the Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG) for its vibrant activism roles played in Ghana and beyond which caught the attention of the Africans Rising to have it named among 10 finalists across Africa as part of the 2020 Africans Rising Activism...
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The Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG) has been named among 10 finalists who have demonstrated sterling leadership in their work as selfless advocates for the rights of people on the continent as part of the 2020 Africans Rising Activism Award under the Movement of the Year category. The 2020 Africans Rising Activism Award seeks to...
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In a bid to help end the kidnappings as well as the burgeoning human rights and social issues in Ghana and beyond, the Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG) in 2019 embarked on a ‘Nationwide Sensitization Campaign on Kidnapping, Teenage, Pregnancy and Tramadol/Drug Abuse’ (KTT). The campaign, popularly known as the ‘KTT Project’, focused on addressing...
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The Youth Sub-Platform of the Ghana Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) Platform on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on Friday December 19, presented some Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) to support and empower the children of the Potter’s Village Orphanage located at Dodowa in the fight against Covid-19.  The items which included customized fabric nose masks for both...
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Accra, Dec 10, – As the world marks the Human Rights Day 2020 today, various activities are being organized in many parts of the world and on the global stage to commemorate the significant day. In Ghana, a Non-Governmental Organisation, the Human Rights Reporters Ghana (HRRG), is equally raising its voice in support of calls...
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